Future Pro Academy
16 – 19 Football Academy Study Programme
This course aims to build upon sports skills and knowledge, develop transferable skills, and gain the opportunity to take your studies on to higher education.
Players will study a variety of nationally-recognised qualifications within sport, coaching and fitness. The programme will is based in Warwick and has excellent facilities including it’s own training ground and separate teaching and education centre . The BTEC based education programme is delivered by our Partners SCL, an approved BTEC Centre. FuturePro will deliver the elite football training on the programme.
Year 1 – BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport
Year 2 – BTEC Level 3 Extended/ Diploma in Sport
Where required students will study Maths and English GCSE or Functional Skills. To be awarded the Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport a student must achieve a minimum of 60 credits. To achieve the full Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Sport you will need to complete the 90 Credit Diploma in the first year and then top-up with a further 90 credits in the second year. These will run as two separate courses.
For More information on the Sports, Performance & Excellence pathway please visit our education partners SCL, Education and Training.
You will need to have at least one of the following: 3 GCSEs at grade C / grade 4 or above including English Language, or; Level 2 qualification in a relevant vocational subject area and GCSE English Language at grade C / grade 4 or above.
ENGLISH AND MATHS
You will still have the opportunity to continue to develop your English and Maths skills if you have not achieved a GCSE grade C in core subjects leaving school.
A* – C grade / 9 – 4 grade GCSE
You will study your Core Qualification while continuing to develop literacy and numeracy skills.
D or E grade / 3 or 2 grade GCSE
You will enrol on a GCSE resit class and prepare to retake the exam. All students are subject to diagnostic testing and in some circumstances students who have achieved an E or 2 grade may study a Functional Skills qualification.
TRIAL DATES & OPEN EVENINGS
TBC Monday 16th July.
10 Hours of UEFA licensed coaching 4 – 5 times a week From Professional Coaches
Compete in the Conference youth alliance & FA Youth cup v professional/ semi-professional opposition
Compete in The British College’s football league
Train with the First Team with an emphasis of progressing into the First Team Squad
Weekly recorded matches for match analysis & Evaluation
Fixtures V professional football clubs & International colleges/ touring teams
Visits from current and X Professional footballers/ coaches
Regular visits to St George’s Park
Position specific coaching including Goalkeeper training