Get a virtual head start now –
COMPRESSED KNOWLEDGE FOR YOUR CAREER
Future-oriented teaching takes place virtually! We at the International Football Institute (IFI) understand your needs and know that you cannot and do not want to be tied to a fixed location or fixed times when it comes to your own education and training. We have responded to this.
For us, one thing is certain: even from home or on the road, you have every chance of becoming even better. We always provide you with the latest input at the highest academic level. Always with the aim of qualifying you even further in your current field of activity. And as conveniently and flexibly as possible.
Why we can do that? The IFI has taken an innovative approach to learning since its foundation ten years ago. That’s why our practical education and training programmes have always been semi-virtual. . Based on this experience and our professional expertise, we are able to offer you a four-week special program in scouting. It focuses specifically on professional scouting methods and scouting tools.
“Systematic work is needed when it comes to evaluating and categorizing players*,” says IFI Head of Scouting Markus Brunnschneider..
The special feature: This condensed knowledge program is completely virtual and application-oriented. Our top people from the IFI guide you through the program. They are supported by top-class people with expertise from the world of football, from whom you can not only learn in online seminars, but with whom you can also engage in personal exchange.
With your participation in the virtual 4-week program in the field of scouting, you will expand your ability to act in soccer and achieve a competitive advantage over your competitors. Because with you the future is already present.
It focuses specifically on professional scouting methods and scouting tools.
Program Manager Markus Brunnschneider IFI Management Scouting
Program expert David Lehmann Head of Scouting SV Darmstadt 98
GET THE POINT: By participating in a virtual 4-week program, you can earn one experience point toward the entrance exam process for DFB coach education programs.
Even in professional soccer, soft skills, i.e. one’s own experience or gut feeling, often predominate in the selection of soccer players. However, well-founded arguments are the most reliable decision-making criteria for coaches and those responsible
in a soccer club or association. The knowledge of professional scouting methods and scouting tools enables our program participants to become one of the most important contact persons for those responsible for the sport.
Your Contact Person Andreas Giglberger
Head of Education and Training at the IFI
International Football Institute