DFB Junior Coach Training
We would like to offer students of ISR as well as of other schools, the exciting opportunity to qualify as a DFB Junior Coach.
What does it mean to be a DFB Junior Coach?
The DFB Junior Coach qualification in an important segment within the coaching system of the German Football Association (DFB) and serves as a stepping stone to qualifying as a licenced trainer. The program takes on the biggest challenges facing football such as the demographic change, the extension of schooling time and the lack of volunteers. The objective of the program is to ensure a steady supply of qualified coaches as well as encourage volunteerism in sports.
Who can participate?
Students and football fans from the age of 15 onwards receive a 40-hour training course in order to qualify as a DFB Junior Coach. The aim is to give students coaching experience at a very young age and train them to teach young children on how to have fun while playing football. The training is supported by the regional association (FVN – Fußballverband Niederrhein is responsible for the Rhine-Neuss District). Level C licenced trainers will run the program.
Since February 2017, ISR can offer the DFB Junior Coach training at our premises. We are looking forward to enthusiastic, young and talented football players, willing to commit to this program.
Dates and Requirements
- 40 hours of theory and practice: the exact date will be announced later
- The training is free of cost.
- Training location: ISR Neuss, Konrad-Adenauer-Ring 2, 41464 Neuss
- Age: 15 years or above
- Regular football players (ideally already active in a sport club)
- Participants must be willing to volunteer as coaches and interested in training young children on how to have fun while playing football
- If the training will take place before the summer vacation in NRW, participants must be officially excused from their school for the period of 1 week
- Only 2 students per school or club will be accepted
Due to the high number of applications, the registration will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis. We may hold this annual training week once more in Winter 2017, if we should have an unusually high number of applicants.