The Ghana Football Association (GFA), in collaboration with UEFA Assist, is organising a five-day Elite Technical Development programme in Accra.
The programme aims to enhance the skills and knowledge of some selected coaches in Ghana, with the goal of advancing Ghanaian football at all levels.
The weeklong training seminar, which began on Monday, June 12 will end on Friday, June 16, 2023, is led by Roger Meichtry, a UEFA Consultant.
Roger Meichtry is supported by Technical Director Bernhard Lippert and Director of Coach Education Professor Joseph Kwame Mintah.
Maxwell Caesar Kemeh is providing administrative assistance for the seminar.
Black Stars head Coach Chris Hughton took time to cross fertilize ideas and to share knowledge with the course participants on Tuesday.
The training demonstrates his commitment to the development of Ghanaian football and his support for the capacity-building efforts of the GFA.
This initiative reflects the GFA's dedication to nurturing the skills and knowledge of coaches in Ghana, which is crucial for the growth and advancement of football in the country.
The course participants are as follows:
Baba Nuhu Mallam, Dr. Prosper Nateh-Ogum, Samuel Boadu, Anita Wiredu-Mintah, Anokye Charles Frimpong, Yussif Basigi, Winfred Dormon, Yaw Preko, Kasim Mingle, Laryea Kingston, Maxwell Konadu, Fatawu Salifu, Nana Kwaku Agyemang, Joyce Boatey-Agyei, Abdul Karim Zito, Nana Joe Adarkwa, Linda Prah, Bernice Adu Twumwaa Kyeremeh and Sandra Baokye.