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Apprentice FA Women’s Football Development Officer

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Apprentice FA Women’s Football Development Officer

Key accountabilities: Commit to and complete the Level 3 Community Sport & Health Officer Apprenticeship Plan, Co-ordinate and deliver football participation programmes for females studying at further education institutions (inclusion of Further Education, Higher Education and adult learners where relevant) as well as prospective further education students studying in years 9 – 11

Leeds, LS3 1AA
Contact Name
Lindsey Whitton
Contact Email

About Apprentice FA Women’s Football Development Officer

Consult with students to understand their movements to enable you to:

  • Engage and retain new female players in regular football activity
  • Engage and retain new female players to support the game
  • Engage students across all diverse communities
  • Provide opportunities that are inclusive and cater to the needs of students with disabilities
  • Work with the County Football Association and develop partnerships with grassroots clubs to create opportunity for students to transition into local playing and/or volunteering opportunities
  • Lead and drive activities that will capitalise on the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 hosted in England to leave a legacy that will inspire females to engage in football
  • Actively participate in a national network of Women's Football Apprentices and positively engage and contribute to learning and development opportunities
  • Complete administrative duties to support the efficient running of programmes/projects and robust monitoring and evaluation to ensure impact is understood and insight captured
  • Complete continued professional development (e.g. FA Level 2 Coaching, Mental Health First Aid Training) and goal setting, as well as commit to activities that will develop (personal and professional) skills/knowledge/behaviours to enhance employability prospects
  • Seek out opportunities to act as a spokesperson for women and girls' football and consistently behave as a positive role model representing your college, AoC Sport and The FA
  • Undertake any other Women's Football Development duties as may be reasonably required

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