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The Post-16 Programme is a two-year, full-time education and football development scheme delivered by local schools, colleges and The Albion Foundation football coaches.

All Post-16 Academy players receive daily training, including individual and team coaching from highly qualified FA coaches affiliated to The Albion Foundation.

Players receive guidance on their football fitness, nutritional advice and a regular appraisal to monitor each player's development both on and off the pitch.

Players will have the opportunity to represent the Club through the Learning Academy side.

Players study a variety of nationally recognised qualifications across sport, coaching and fitness.

Studying the BTEC Diploma in Sport, delivered at Level 2 and 3 standards (A-Level equivalent), along with FA coaching qualifications and core skills in maths and English.

Successful completion of the educational programme will enable players to follow pathways into higher education at selected universities or discover employment opportunities within the sport and leisure industry.

For further information please contact The Albion Foundation Post 16 Coordinator Lawrence Roberts on 0744 751 6421 or via email at


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