• Premier Skills in Guwahati
    Premier Skills in GuwahatiLast week in India, sixty community coaches travelled to the Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education to take part in the latest Premier Skills training course
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiThe programme trains coaches and referees around the world, giving them the skills and confidence to run courses in their local communities
  • Premier Skills in Guwahati
    Premier Skills in GuwahatiAs well as learning on the pitch, the coaches in Guwahati learn from sessions in the classroom
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiParticipants found out how to develop and deliver coaching sessions on their own, as well as how to change the difficulty of their drills
  • Premier Skills in Guwahati
    Premier Skills in GuwahatiThe week-long course was run by the Premier League, the British Council, Sports Authority of India and the All India Football Federation
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiIsaac Hammond (centre) from the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation was on hand to pass on his expertise
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiNiamh Nolan from Manchester City's City in the Community also helped deliver the course
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiAt the end of the week, the Premier Skills coaches put their new skills into action when they ran a football festival featuring 100 local schoolchildren
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    Premier Skills in GuwahatiSome of the coaches will continue on their Premier Skills journey to become coach educators, eventually being able to run courses themselves
  • Premier Skills in Guwahati
    Premier Skills in GuwahatiThe course is the first in the north east of the country and builds on the already strong Premier Skills relationship with India
  • Premier Skills in Guwahati
    Premier Skills in GuwahatiWith its work in India, Premier Skills has already trained more than 1,000 coaches and referees, who in turn have reached 72,000 young people