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FA Charter Standard Programme

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Transcript of FA Charter Standard Programme

FA Charter Standard Programme
Aims of the programme:
To raise standards throughout grassroots football
To recognise and reward quality club provision
To ensure players receive a positive experience
To support sustainable, well administered clubs
To provide a safe playing environment with child protection paramount
To raise the standards of behaviour throughout the game
FA National Game Strategy
FA Charter Standard Clubs - The numbers
3621 - Charter Standard Clubs (Youth)
2880 - Adult Charter Standard Clubs
522 - Charter Standard Development Clubs
751 - Charter Standard Community Clubs
FA Charter Standard - Youth
Existing Criteria:



Level 1 coach with every team
New Coaching Criteria - 2015-20:


One Youth Module 1 coach for every 4 teams by 2017/18

50% of all coaches to be LCC members by the end of 2015/16

Minimum 90% of all coaches to be LCC members by the end of 2019/20
FA Charter Standard - Development Clubs
Existing Criteria:


A Level 1 coach with every team

One Level 2 coach in the club

One Youth Module 1 coach in the club
New Coaching Criteria - 2015/20:

All of the previous for CS Clubs (Youth) plus:

One Level 2 coach in the club

One Youth Module 2 coach for every 6 teams in the club by the end of 2017/18
FA Charter Standard - Community Clubs
Existing Criteria:

A Level One coach with every team

One Level 2 coach in the club

One Youth Module 2 coach in the club
New Coaching Criteria - 2015/2020:

All of the previous for CS (Youth) and CS (Development Clubs) plus:

Two Level 2 coaches in the club by the end of 2015/16

One FA Youth Award coach (Mod 3 assessed) per club by the end of 2017/18
FA Charter Standard - Adult Clubs
Existing Criteria:

No coaching criteria
New Coaching Criteria - 2015/2020:

Non National League System adult teams - 3 hours of CPD annually

NLS adult teams - 6 hours of CPD annually by 2016/17
Nationally (As of June 2015):
Sheffield:
122 - Charter Standard Clubs (Youth)
87 - Adult Charter Standard Clubs
33 - Charter Standard Development Clubs
23 - Charter Standard Community Clubs
Participation
Player Development
Better training and playing facilities
Football Workforce
Participation
Player Development
Better training and playing facilities
"£48 million of FA investment in new and improved facilities"
100 new football turf pitches and improve 2000 grass pitches
Football 'Hubs'
Football Workforce
Supporting retention - How?
Promote benefits of the programme
Regular dialogue with clubs
Tailor individual development plans with clubs
£16 million investment into coach education, development, mentoring and bursary programmes
Bursaries available to improve standard of coaching:
Youth Award Module 1- £50
Youth Award Module 2- £50
Youth Award Module 3- £100
Level 2 Coaching Football- £100
Make the role of the volunteer as easy as possible, and reward their valuable involvement
An extra 1,000 top level (FA Youth Award Module 3) grassroots coaches developed at FA Charter Standard clubs by 2019
FA Charter Standard Research -
FA Customer Insights Team - February 2015
FA Charter Standard Research (Feb, 2015):

Average number of players at clubs:
CS Clubs - 129
Non CS Clubs - 52

More players being coached by higher skilled coaches.
FA Charter Standard Research (Feb, 2015):

Average number of volunteers at clubs:
CS Clubs - 20
Non CS Clubs - 8
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