The CONFCAL ‘B’ Licence is divided into two parts . All candidates who successfully participate on Part 1
will receive a CONFCAL ‘C’ Certificate at the end, but only these candidates who satisfy the course
assessment criteria, outlined below, will be allowed to progress onto Part 2 of the CONFCAL ‘B’ Licence.
Course entrance requirements
Anyone over 18 years of age with experience of working with young players or schoolchildren. It is
essential to have obtained a CONFCAL Level 1 Award or equivalent.
3 assessments during the week. The minimum standard to reach in assessments in order to progress to
the CONFCAL ‘B’ Licence Part 2 is 2 Passes, one of which must be the final assessment on a 4v4 session.
If the candidate fails to meet the required practical standard in the 4v4 assessment, he/she will be
permitted to have a maximum of two further re-assessments on a 4v4 topic. Candidates will be charged
The duration of the course will be 7 days
The focus of this course is preparing players and teams up to U16 level