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Learning and development is an active, continuous process. It's a journey that never ends. And one that is shaped by experiences and learning opportunities gathered anywhere, anytime.

To support your journey, The FA provides a range of learning opportunities for you to engage with. From events in your region to online resources to in situ mentoring, you can access the development support that will make the biggest impact to you and your role.


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Chris Johnson

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9:30am - 4:30pm (Mon - Fri)

East Riding CPD EVENTS

A two hour theory/practical workshop looking at the key considerations for players as they transition through the different formats of football from 5v5 to 11v11.

This workshop will look at the challenges faced by players and coaches as they progress through the different formats of the game. The practical will show a range of practices to help players deal with the change in numbers and size of pitches.

Learning objectives:

  • Consider some of the factors which contribute or help to support the transition from Mini Soccer –7v7- 9v9 – 11v11
  • Highlight the challenges & discuss some solutions (there is no secret answer!!)
  • Examine the role of the coach
  • Identify what the players need
  • Have a look at some practical work (Just a snapshot)

Date: Wednesday 25th July 2018 

Venue: Hessle Sporting Club, King George V Fields, Boothferry Road, Hessle, HU13 9AN

Start time: 6pm (5:30pm arrival)

End time: 8pm

Refreshments: Teas and coffees will be available throughout the event

 To book your place, click here.


Absolutely. The FA runs events all over the country and for all levels. To explore events please visit our national CPD events page here.

If you're an FA Level 1 or 2 learner, continuous professional development hours are optional and so there is no longer a requirement for licensing .

If you're a UEFA qualified coach, however, you are required to complete 15 hours of CPD every three years to maintain your licence, which The FA recommends is best achieved by completing 5 hours per season