Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What if I have already said yes to another programme/scholarship can I still join this one?

Yes you can. We recommend that you visit/trial as many Football Education programmes as you can. You should also accept all offers of a place so you can give yourself more time to mull it over. Where you spend the next 2 years is a tough decision so don't rush in to it.

Can I still get in if I don't pass my GCSE'S?

If your application is successful and you don't acheive the required grades to get on to get to Our BTEC course we could potentially offer you a level 2 qualification dependent on your results a conditional offer may work in conjunction with you resitting GCSE Maths or English if needed.

 

When do we order our kit?

We order the kit as soon as you accept our offer. We have to order the kit as soon as possible because of manufacturing and shipping times to ensure that you have your kit for the start of the course in September.

 

Can I make it as a professional footballer by enrolling on your course?

We cannot guarantee that anyone will make it as a professional or semi professional footballer but we will do our best to give you the training, advice and guidance as well as using our connections to help you achieve what you set out to do.


What if I don't make it as a Footballer?

First of all if you reach 18/19 years old and haven't made it into semi professional or professional football don't ever think that it's over. Your drive and determination along with a great work ethic will determine whether you succeed or not.

The idea behind our courses is to give you a platform to become a better footballer but also a better student of the game too. Our BTEC qualification will help you learn more about sport and help you get enough UCAS points to progress on to University should you decide to go down that route.

You may find a new career path too. You could end up with a Scholarship and playing your football in America or Canada. You may want to be the Next Klopp, Conte or Mourinho and become a professional football coach. You may even want to become the next Micheal Oliver and Referree in the Premier league and travel around the world. Maybe use your creative side and become a sports journalist or commentator.

Whatever you decide to do let me tell you one thing. If you can wake up every day and go to work on a job you LOVE then you are LIVING THE DREAM.

Does a BTEC Course get me enough UCAS points

The Level 3 Extended Diploma is the equivalent to 3 A Levels and will give you enough UCAS points to get in to University.