The online application process for the 2017 FAW National Conference is now open.
For one long weekend in May, coaches from across Wales will rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in the game to discuss the future of coaching in the nation.
And you can be there too, whether you need to revalidate your coaching qualification or learn from some of the best coaches in the country.
While the National Coaches Conference is for everyone, its focus will be on the elite end of the game as it serves as a revalidation course for UEFA Pro, A and B Licence but it will also feature keynote speakers and coaches from the women and girls and the grassroots of the game.
It will be held over the weekend of Friday, May 26, to Sunday, May 28.
Hundreds of football coaches from across Wales and some from around the world who are currently doing their coaching qualifications with the FAW.
Last year the likes of Thierry Henry, Marcel Desailly, Freddie Ljungberg, Mikel Arteta, Tim Sherwood, Craig Bellamy, Ian Rush and Chris Coleman were all present and this year, coaches with a similar high profile will be joined by coaches from up and down the Welsh football pyramid.
All football coaching qualifications are valid for a three-year period.
It is the coaches and clubs’ responsibility to ensure that all coaching qualifications are kept valid.
Individuals completing courses have three years to ensure they keep their awards valid by either…
The course fee is £325.
The conference will be held in Newport and split between Dragon Park, the National Football Development Centre and the Celtic Manor Resort.
For Dragon Park, enter NP19 4RA into your satnav and for the Celtic Manor it’s NP181HQ.
Head straight to the home of coach education in Wales www.fawcourses.com and book your place in a few clicks of a button or taps of a screen.
Accommodation information will be released in due course and additional updates will be published at www.fawtrust.wales and on this Twitter feed