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UEFA Coaching Convention Contract and Directive PDF

UEFA Directives governing the UEFA Coaching Convention and the UEFA Coach Education Programme

UEFA Coaching Convention Contract and Directive


Preamble

Upon proposal of the UEFA Development and Technical Assistance Committee and based on Article 3 (2) in relation to Article 1 (4), Article 1 (5) as well as Article 9 (1b) of the UEFA Coaching Convention Contract (2009 edition), the UEFA General Secretary has adopted these Directives.

Article 1

Definition of terms and abbreviations

1 For the purpose of these Directives, the following definitions and abbreviations apply:
a) Applicant: a UEFA member association that wishes to sign the UEFA Coaching Convention or change its status under the convention.
b) Candidate: an individual who sends a request to a convention party to attend a coaching course within the framework of the UEFA Coach Education Programme and the UEFA Coaching Convention.
c) Convention contract: UEFA Coaching Convention Contract, 2009 edition.
d) Convention party: a UEFA member association that has signed the Convention Contract (2009 edition).
e) Diploma: award issued to an individual by a convention party confirming that the individual has successfully completed a UEFA coaching diploma course and passed all the required examinations.A different award is issued at each UEFA coaching level.
f) Directives: UEFA Directives governing the UEFA Coaching Convention and the UEFA Coach Education Programme, 2010 edition.
g) DTA Committee: UEFA Development and Technical Assistance Committee, responsible for the UEFA Coaching Convention.
h) Evaluator: a member of the UEFA Jira Panel appointed to evaluate a UEFA member association’s national coaching programme against UEFA’s minimum requirements and to provide support, experience and expertise.
i) UEFA director: appointed director from the UEFA administration responsible for education and technical football matters.
j) FES Unit: the UEFA administration’s Football Education Services Unit, responsible for ensuring the proper implementation and application of the UEFA Coaching Convention and these Directives.
k) Initial convention party: a UEFA member association that issues a coach his first UEFA coaching diploma (B diploma).
l) Jira Panel: UEFA expert panel dedicated to coach education.
m) Licence: permit to coach at a certain level for a limited period of time.
n) NCEP: a national coach education programme established and adopted by a UEFA member association.
o) Qualified coach educator: an experienced coach with the appropriate coach education/coaching licence to educate UEFA coaching diploma and further education course participants as monitored by the Jira Panel.
p) UEFA CEP: UEFA Coach Education Programme. q) Recognised football organisation: any legal entity which is duly recognised by UEFA and/or a convention party and which deals with the organisation of football matches or competitions.
2 In these Directives, the use of the masculine form refers equally to the feminine.



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