A 2-year, full-time education and football development programme for 16-18 year olds.
Year 1 - BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport
Year 2 - BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Sport
U19 National Conference, British College League and SCL League
FREE for 16-18 year olds - There will be a subsidised cost for purchasing training kit
4-5 GCSE's Level 9-4 including English or Maths, or both.
You will need to be 16 years old by 31st August, ready to start the programme in early September.
Charlton Athletic Community Trust
SCL Education Group
COURSE START DATE
For 2019 course information, please request a prospectus below.
Charlton Athletic, Sparrows Lane, New Eltham, SE9 2JR
Access to University, Apprenticeships, play professional and semi-professional football, Football coaching, Sport, Leisure and Fitness jobs.
If successful you will be given a conditional offer and then accepted depending on your results in August.
Players will study a variety of nationally-recognised qualifications within sport, coaching and fitness managed by SCL.
Where required students will study Maths and English GCSE or Functional Skills.
SCL Education Group is one of the UK’s leading independent providers of education through sport.
In addition to classroom based learning delivered by our outstanding teachers and training by highly qualified coaches, students will have access Pro-VLE, our Digital Learning Environment. Pro-VLE has been specifically designed to create a personalised, first class, digital learning experience for our students and has been tailored to support their education and development.
There will be a subsidised cost for purchasing training kit at the start of the season. Further details about this will be provided upon the player’s acceptance into The Football Academy.
Charlton Athletic Community Trust Academy offer talented footballers the opportunity to enhance and develop their technical and tactical knowledge through an extensive Football Development Programme. Under the pupillage of highly experienced and qualified UEFA ‘A’ and ‘B’ Licensed Coaches, training will focus on individual technical, tactical and physical attributes whilst skills will be honed through a weekly games programme in the Football Conference Youth Alliance League and British College League.
Being at the Charlton Athletic Community Trust’s Post 16 Football Academy, gave me time and confidence to develop my technical skills and prepared me mentally for the step up to the men’s football, Without my time at the Post 16 Academy, which gave me time to develop, I think I would have just been another young player who falls by the wayside. Jack Peart, ex-academy player