The Scottish Football Association

CPD

Are you a new or existing Pro, A, B, or Youth Licence Holder, or a Youth Directors Award Coach?

 

You are required by UEFA and the Scottish FA  to attain a minimum of15 hours of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) credit over a three-year period to ensure that your licence or award remains active.  

 

We plan to contact as many of you as we can by email or post in the coming weeks and months.

 

Whilst we want to assist and support in every way we can, it is ultimately your responsibility to keep your qualification current.   

 

To find out more, to register for CPD activities, and to ensure we have your up-to-date contact details, please email CPD@scottishfa.co.uk

 

Application Form, Event Registration Forms, Event Planner and Frequently Asked Questions can be found to the right of this page to download.

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