Football Queensland has delivered a bumper year for coaches, hosting a record number of courses and workshops as the number of registered coaches increased by 21 percent since 2020.
FQ hosted 17 advanced courses, 179 community courses and 34 workshops for more than 3,500 attendees, helping to push the number of registered Queensland coaches beyond 7,000.
FQ State Technical Director Gabor Ganczer said FQ was on track to meet its strategic plan target of 8,820 registered coaches by the end of 2022.
“Football Queensland is proud to have delivered a record number of coaching courses in 2021,” said Ganczer.
“We hosted advanced coaching courses for 368 coaches this year, including Australia’s very first Female Only B Licence course and Queensland’s first A Licence course.
“FQ saw a 26 percent increase in the number of female coaches since last year as we continue to strengthen pathways for women and girls to become coaches as well as players and referees.
“Our entire Coach Education and Development team led by FQ’s Club Development Ambassador Davide Bertamini look forward to educating more coaches in 2022.”
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