This trainer C education is intended to impart the methodical tools. The participants will learn the planning, organization and evaluation of the training. In addition, they will learn how to help shape the club environment and basic pedagogical-psychological knowledge.
The C-trainer training comprises a total of 120 learning units (LE) of 45 minutes each. It consists of a block of basic knowledge and two blocks on the profiles of children's and youth soccer.
Training implementation; fundamentals of the game of soccer; training preparation; practical demonstrations; sub-areas of fitness; sports medicine; contemporary club work; extra-sporting support; co-determination of children and youth; integration; committee work; sports law; cooperation school/club; DFB training structure;
Profile of children's soccer:
Today's living environment; Reorientation in children's soccer; Playing and moving with Bambini; Playing and learning with F- and E-Juniors; 4 vs. 4 tournaments and games meetings; Requirement profile and tasks of the coach; Pedagogical guidelines; Cooperation with parents; Extracurricular offers; Match operations and referee deployment;
Youth soccer profile:
Today's World; Training with Boys and Girls; The Soccer Badge; Training and Playing with D, C, B, and A Juniors; Training Junior Goalkeepers; Coaching Around a Game; Requirement Profile and Tasks; Pedagogical Guidelines; Communicating Properly; Extracurricular Offerings; Training Planning; Talent Development;
Participation in the soccer seminars presupposes that the soccer C license is being pursued. Accordingly, all parts should be attended specifically as well as the examination.
Proof of club membership, in a club of the DFB.
Extended certificate of good conduct
Proof of fitness for sports/medical certificate
Proof of 9 hours of first aid (not older than two years)
Curriculum vitae with special explanation of previous sporting activities
You can find more information about the soccer license on the website of the NFV.