Fafali organisation, a Non-Governmental Organizatioin Ghana is set to partner the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) in a 10-day training course to train students on football coaching.
The initiative is to help the youth develop their skills in football in a bid to take advantage of future job opportunities.
The project, under the theme “Coach the Coaches Course” was part of the organisation’s initiative to spark the brains of African children through the provision of education, training and the needed opportunities that would change the African continent and the world at large.
A statement signed by the Mr. Raymond Amexado, President of the organisation said the main purpose of the course was to give both experienced and new coaches the physical, mental, tactical and technical knowledge that would help them better the understanding of football.
Mr. Amexado said the training would help students to be able to analyze football games after the coaching course.
“We also have an ongoing arrangement with SICS, an Italian company which analyzes football games for different leagues and federations and this gives us the opportunity to recruit individuals to work for the Italian company remotely,” the statement added.
The organisation would provide employment to students who would perform very well during the training session.
The training is set to begin on 1-10 August the Fafali Organisation office at West Legon, Legon.