The FA Basic Sports First Aid course is a foundation sports first aid course aimed at ‘lay first aiders’, specifically coaches, teachers, parents and volunteers, who are responsible for the provision of first aid when supporting sports activities. To provide the student with an understanding of the general duties, responsibilities and treatment principles of first aid.
Describe the duties, responsibilities, general treatment principles and priorities of emergency care provision. The course aims and objectives focus on the need to provide the student with sufficient knowledge and skills to identify illness, injuries and conditions and apply the appropriate first aid management. The FA Basic Sports First Aid course requires that candidates understand the principles, practice and ethics of first aid. A mixed format assessment of underpinning knowledge and understanding covering the course content will apply for the qualification. Students who successfully complete both assessed elements will be awarded The FA Basic Sports First Aid qualification. Students who are unsuccessful in both assessed components (MCQ and Viva Voce) will, after a period of four weeks and no later than eight weeks after completion of the course, be offered a further opportunity to be reassessed.
Due to the nature and responsibility associated with first aid provision, and in line with current UK guidelines, the currency of this certificate for use as a first aid qualification will be limited to three years.
The Lancashire FA are pleased to announce that Koolpak are returning for the 2015-2016 season as the Lancashire FA’s official first aid supplier. The prices on these selected items are guaranteed until the end of 2015-2016 season and details are in the flyer attached to this page. This FA County Youth Cup Quarter Final Tie was played at Leiston FA on a pitch that had been covered in frost overnight, but passed an inspection on the morning of the game.
Suffolk FA won the toss and Lancashire FA had to defend with the low sun in their eyes as the game got underway in a repeat fixture of 9 months ago when they met in the Final of this prestigious FA Competition. Suffolk started really well, playing some fast flowing football and on 10 minutes the visiting keeper, Josh Powell, made a great save from a low shot with Jake Higham clearing away the loose ball. The next attack on 14 mins saw the home forward upended in the box and the referee had no doubt in awarding a penalty kick. The visitor’s attacks were sporadic and the home defence looked comfortable for most of the half. The second half was a more even affair, and Lancashire showed their early intentions to try and match the home team when Jack Williams was caught narrowly offside making a great run.
The deadlock was finally broken when Jake Higham nodded a Suffolk clearance to substitute Cory Bent, who skipped past the left back and fired a low cross into the box where Ryan Charnley hit a first time shot into the roof of the Suffolk goal, giving the keeper no chance. With time running out Suffolk gained a couple of corners, but the visiting defence were in no mood to concede and cleared the ball effectively.
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Lancashire FA administers several Leagues and Competitions, as well as providing representative football at both Under 18 and Open Age level. Lancashire FA now provides nineteen County Cup Competitions for Adults & Youths, and both Male and Female sections of the game. For full details on Competitions, including upcoming fixtures, recent results, as well as details from previous seasons, click on the 'County Cups' tab & select the Competition you require. For all other Leagues - Women's County League, Under 18 Floodlight League, and NEW  County 6ixes - click on the relevant tab.


The Association's headquarters - The County Ground, Leyland - is also the home venue for Bolton Wanderers FC Reserve, two LFA representative teams and all LFA Cup competition Finals. Although the word veteran may bring to mind images of baggy shorts, brown leather lace up footballs and Brylcreem hairstyles, it in fact refers to anyone over the tender age of 40. Over the years we’ve had tremendous success organising and supporting leagues for young people, adults, women and girls and the disabled. If you are interested in playing veterans football in Lancashire, or have any more questions on other formats of football in Lancashire please contact Shaun Burke on 01772 624000 to register an interest. The Lancashire FA Youth Council strongly believes that all children and young people participating in grassroots football in the county should have a say in how their game is structured, managed, and governed. In order to demonstrate our commitment to creating a mechanism centrally for young people to be heard, we have spent several months advertising and recruiting members for the Lancashire FA Youth Council. Now we believe is the time to challenge our grassroots youth clubs and leagues to seriously consider formalising a structure through which players can have their concerns, ideas, and aspirations heard.
To qualify for consideration clubs and leagues need to appoint a young person (under eighteen) onto the club committee, create a youth committee comprising several players, or demonstrate an alternative clear pathway through which the views of young club members can be heard, and more importantly, acted upon. As part of Lancashire FA Disability Football Programme, local special schools have been participating in a school’s football league. The league held three fixture dates with the final taking place at Soccer Burnley on Thursday 30th January. The Lancashire FA would like to thanks all teachers and members of staff for supporting their teams during the events and helping to encourage and support the players to enjoy playing football. The programme is aimed at Girls aged 6-9 years of age who are new to the sport who are either with Lancashire FA club development squads or who want to too get involved in a local club.
You can download the poster below which can be used to advertise the launch and separate registration forms for individual players (not attending in a group) and a group registration form for those attending as a larger group. Coaches and parents should note that someone should be in attendance to supervise your child throughout the session and all players need to be registered in advance of taking part.
England International and Manchester City WFC player Toni Duggan will be on hand for the launch of the programme to see the next generation of young female players starting their way in the grassroots game! To register or for more information please download the documents or contact Women and Girls Football Development Officer Michael Nadal call 01772 624000. Lancashire FA currently holds an FA license to deliver a Girls Player Development Centre within the County.
This centre is an added part of the FA's talent development programme alongside FA Girls Centre of Excellences, which has seen up to 30 FA player development centres added to improve the player development pathway in England.
We will be offering young players with potential a high quality programme in line with the FA’s recommended guidelines for talented players as well as providing first-rate qualified coaching to aid their overall development in football via UEFA A and B licence male and female coaches. The PDC allows every player to play for their grassroots club and receive extra coaching on Monday evenings at Lancashire FA in Leyland. Please note the time for each age group and please meet in the Coach Education room before your session and ensure you sign the attendance sheet in the usual way.
To be eligible for assessment and certification students must have completed all elements of the course (9 hours). Multi-choice questionnaire (MCQ) and Viva Voce papers will be supplied to the course tutor, and will be selected at random for student evaluation. Failure to successfully complete the entire unit within the time allocated will result in the requirement to retake the full programme of training and assessment.


Again Suffolk tested the visitors defence with two excellent shots and Elliot Dickinson headed one off the line to keep the scores level. Lancashire keeper Powell who was in excellent form all afternoon, made an outstanding save from the resulting penalty, with the loose ball finally hacked away to safety. Suffolk managed to hit the post on one of their many sorties into the Lancashire last third, but the visitors defence held fast and began to gain in confidence as the half wore on. Suffolk kept some good possession but you could see Lancashire growing in stature and a shot by Carpenter rattled the Suffolk crossbar.
Lancashire, keeping possession, managed the 4 minutes of time added on and secured their place in the Semi-Final where they will meet Middlesex FA at The County Ground on a date in February to be confirmed. This will be the first stage in further developing veteran’s football within the County. Now Lancashire FA wants to turn its attention to an age group that in the past has been left out of the loop. Our group is now constituted and has already appointed officers primed to help the county FA deliver on its key strategies but also to lobby on behalf of young members. The Lancashire FA Youth Council will then recommend awarding the standard and will attempt to visit clubs and leagues to see this best practise in action.
The schools played against each other in fixtures with the100 plus players received a certificate and the top three teams receiving medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. The Lancashire FA would also like to thanks Soccer Burnley for hosting the event and helping to create a fun and enjoyable environment for football to be played and without the referees, we would not be able to run the event. More details on the programme will be available on the evening for club coaches or parents while the players are enjoying the event. The PDC will consist of a 16 week Plus 2 trial dates) coaching programme as well as around three fixtures in conjunction with other FA PDC’s in the Region. Parking is also available on the Council car park before entering the ground (Please adhere to parking restrictions if appropriate)- No parking on the FX Leisure Car Park or in front of the GREEN Emergency Exit gates- These will be required if a serious injury occurs and is dangerous.
Students should be made aware that the tutor may levy an additional charge for conducting the reassessment.
With the low sun playing havoc, Powell again had to be at his best to turn over a fierce shot from just inside the box. Ryan Charnley was beginning to make his mark on the game and wide men Regan Linney and Charlie Carpenter also began to see more of the ball, but the half ended 0 v 0. A poor kick out by Powell resulted in a Suffolk forward chipping the keeper only to see the ball bounce off the crossbar.
Similarly the Lancashire Referees Association has created a youth committee reflecting the views of its increasingly young match officials, and seeking to boost recruitment and retention through fresh and innovative ideas. At the end of the season we will enter all club and leagues which have achieved Youth Onside accreditation into a prize draw and look at other ways of rewarding such proactivity.



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