TERV League clubs pushing forward with gaining Accreditation
6 February 2014

TERV League clubs pushing forward with gaining Accreditation

FAW/McDonald's Club Accreditation

FAW/McDonald's Club Accreditation



Pictured above is Denise Williams Secretary of the TERV League receiving the clubs' accreditation certificates This year in the TERV league there has been an increase in the number of clubs which have achieved accreditation with 50% having achieved the necessary criteria. However, those which are not accredited are still working hard to achieve set action plans provided by their league football development officer.

The FAW Club Accreditation scheme supported by McDonald’s is a charter mark programme, which recognises and rewards high quality levels of provision in club football. The kitemark is awarded to clubs that are well run, sustainable, which place child protection, quality coaching and safety at the heart of their values.

There are four levels to the FAW Club Accreditation Scheme to recognise the different standards. The entry level Standard Award is mandatory for all clubs who wish to enter into one of the 34 FAW affiliated Junior Leagues in Wales. The next levels are Bronze and Silver with the most advanced level being Gold Award. Each advanced level requires additional criteria to be met.

For more information on club accreditation please visit www.welshfootballtrust.org.uk/McDonaldsClubAccreditation