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CAF B Diploma Coaching Course successfully ends in Njeru

The CAF B Diploma Coaching Course that has been going on at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru successfully came to a climax on Wednesday.

24 coaches undertook the process, studying for a total of 160 hours that came in intervals over the last two months.

CAF B Diploma Coaching Course participants pose for a group photo with FUFA 2nd Vice President, Darius Mugoye Kitibwa.
Coaches that undertook the CAF B Diploma Coaching Course all smiles after completing the process.

The course started on 28th March and ended on 17th May 2022 with FUFA 2nd Vice President, Darius Mugoye Kitibwa awarding certificates of participation to all the attendees in a closing ceremony.

FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye Kitibwa (left) poses for a photo with Sharon Kizza, the only female participant.
Coach Allan Kivebulaya Kabonge receiving his certificate of participation from FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye Kitibwa

The coaches went through theory sessions, practical, internship, examination, assessment, mandatory training and 16 days of internship and now await results that will be released by CAF later.

Top Coaching instructors Mujib Kasule, Livingstone Kyambadde and Jackson Nyiima handled the course while specialist instructors in other areas of the course were also invited for various modules.

CAF Coaching Instructor, Livingstone Kyambadde.
FUFA Capacity Building Manager Jackson Nyiima who is also a CAF Coaching Instructor.
CAF Coaching Instructor Mujib Kasule.

Breakdown of the module

Module 1: 28th March- 1st April 2022

Module 2: 9th – 14th April 2022

Internship period: 16 days-coaches are required to work with clubs implementing what has been taught to them.

Module 3: 1st -6th May 2022

Module 4 and Examinations: 13th -18th May 2022.

A coach writing examinations during CAF B Diploma Coaching Course.

The course covered the following areas;

-Football knowledge
-Leadership and management
-Sports science and medical Teaching methods
-Media relations

FUFA Football Development Director, Ali Mwebe.

The 24 participants

Steven Bengo, Felix Ssekabuuza Kawooya, Abdulsamadu Daba Musafiri, Godfrey Wasswa, Danny Kirumira, Allan Kivewala Kabonge, Bashir Mutyaba, Godfrey Magoba, Baker Kasule, David Mutono, Richard Luyima, David Katalemwa, Sharon Kizza, Fred Muhumuza, Kenneth Nkojo, Simon Peter Ojok, Charles Samuel Nsanziiro, Abubakari Tabula, Hassan Zungu, Eric Ndifuna, Abdallah Loi Umar, Bilal Felix Komoyangi, Moses Zakaria Ngor, Muhamadi Senfuma