19 March 2018 – The South African Football Association is on course with its Coaching Instructors course for the next generation of instructors; which is currently underway at the Association’s Technical Centre in Johannesburg. The 10-day course kicked of on Saturday, 17 March and concludes on Monday, 26 January.
The Instructors course which only allows SAFA Pro License and CAF A License holders the opportunity to train to become instructors is vitally important for the continued growth of aspiring coaches in the country.
Seasoned coaches and instructors including SAFA’s Technical Director, Neil Tovey, SAFA coaching HOD Frans Mogashoa and Serame Letsoaka are playing a supervising role in the course that has brought in a number of coaches from different corners of the country.
Instructors will be put through a series of theoretical and oral assessments while also touching on the Integrity as well as a number of key aspects in the ever evolving game of football.
Other well recognised coaches in attendance include Supersport United’s Kwanele Kopo, former U17 national team coach, Solly Luvhengo and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper coach, Lucky Shiburi.