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Over the next few months, the Football Association of Wales will be involved in a series of workshops designed for women working in or playing sport, launched by the University of South Wales.
The first workshop, which was held on Monday of this week, looked at developing robust confidence in female athletes with Professor Brendan Cropley and Hannah Wixcey.
The FAW and FAW Trust will work alongside USW, Hockey Wales and Welsh Netball to drive women's sport forward in Wales, in all areas from grassroots through to elite level.
Workshop organiser and USW course leader for MSc Sports Coaching Melanie Tuckwell says the session will also explore areas outside of sport. "Delegates to our first workshop will gain an understanding of how to build confidence in their female athletes, enabling them to utilise these skills on the field of play and in everyday life."
The second workshop held by USW will look at women breaking barriers in sport and sport media and will feature several familar faces to the women's game.
Held on Wednesday 16th January 2019, Wales manager Jayne Ludlow will be the keynote speaker and Wales' record goalscorer Helen Ward will also be a keynote speaker at the event. The workshop takes place between 10am - 4pm and refreshments will be available on the day.
Places for the second workshop can be booked by visiting the FAW website and clicking on the relevant article.
The workshops are being held at the University of South Wales, at Sport Park in Pontypridd.
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