FAI/ETB Course to begin Next Week

The FAI/ETB training course will be launched with a trial session next week at Pike Rovers FC. The trial will take place at Pike Rovers FC on Tuesday 13th of September from 9.30 am.

The ETB course is run in conjunction with the Football Association of Ireland and gives participants access to coaching and classroom time and will be based at the Further Education and Training Centre on the Kilmallock Road. The training will take place at the nearby Pike Rovers astroturf pitch.

The course is a Level 5 in Sports and Recreation and will be headed by current Fairview Rangers coach Craig Madigan and former Limerick FC player Shane Tracy. The course had been run for a number of years by Mike McCarthy.

Details of how to contact course leaders Craig and Shane are below for interested parties.

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