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  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Premier Skills is this week holding its first training course in Mumbai, India
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India This course builds on the successful Premier Skills record in India, which has led to the training of 400 coaches, who have gone on to work with 20,000 young people
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Fifty Indian grassroots coaches are taking part in the week-long Premier Skills training course. The majority of these are coaches working for the eight Indian Super League clubs’ grassroots programmes
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India The course involves on-pitch drills and training, as well as classroom activities and group work
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Robert Parrett from Crystal Palace (second right) and West Ham United's Katie Bottom (right) are teaching the participants this week, as are coach educators who came through the Premier Skills programme in India over the last three years
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India The Mumbai initiative, run in partnership with the All India Football Federation (AIFF), the Indian Super League and Football Sports Development Ltd, marks the start of the new global Premier Skills programme
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India The AIFF have accredited the training and at the end of the week the coaches will get a AIFF D Licence
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Premier Skills, a joint initiative between the Premier League and the British Council, uses football as a tool to engage with and develop the skills of young people
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India And in Mumbai, players from Reliance Foundation Young Champs - who visited the Premier League recently as part of the relationship with the Indian Super League, received some Premier Skills coaching
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Premier Skills began in 2007 and helps the development of community coaches and referees
  • Premier Skills, India
    Premier Skills, India Over the last nine years, Premier Skills has worked in 29 countries, trained 7,600 coaches and referees, who in turn have reached 1.2m young people