FETA Academy, 1 week to go, earn while you learn, college programme Parents Evening

1 month ago By Ian Heffernan

Parents Evening 6pm 30th January, 16 - 18 Year Old's E3P Football College Scheme with FETA Academy. Venue: CB Hounslow Green Lane

E3P football college scheme for 16-18 year old's.

The E3P ( Elite Player Pathway Promise) is run in conjunction with FETA Academy & Promise Sports Coaching. Once our students have studied for their FA Coaching badge they will have the opportunity to earn while they study.

Our scheme is a little different from others as its a non - profit scheme. We are looking to provide football pathways for our students from Semi - Professional to the Premier League. We know very very few players earn a full time living from playing football, the E3P scheme recognises that and understands education and career pathways are hugely important to our students and parents.

We are working very hard to provide career opportunities in sport, we have established pathways locally, nationally and schemes in America. We have formed relationships with Universities for those students who want continue their education to degree level on completing this course.

We will only be offering a maximum of 20 places on this course, with half already taken please register your interest soon by following the link.

http://www.fetaltd.com/feta_venues_cb_hounslow_united.html

Updated 15:00 - 23 Jan 2017 by Ian Heffernan

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