The workshop, spearheaded by the Technical Directorate of the GFA, was aimed at capacity building, match day conduct and other essential areas of the game ahead of the upcoming season.
Speaking on behalf of the GFA President to open the workshop, Executive Council member, Samuel Anim Addo admonished the coaches to raise standards as coaching is one key area of importance to the new administration.
He further urged to embrace innovations and prove to football fans that they also have what it takes to make coaching exciting.
Acting Director of Communication of the GFA, Tamimu Issah took the coaches through the media aspect of the seminar, which included new regulations on post match interviews and general consuct of coaches in Competitions organised by the GFA.
He also encouraged them to avail themselves to the media for marketing and promotional purposes before and after games.
A detailed presentation on the GFA and club Licensing regulations was delivered by GFA Club Licensing Manager and Secretary to the Club Licensing Board Emmanuel Newton Dasoberi to keep the coaches abreast with new changes.
Black Stars Head Coach, James Kwasi Appiah, Yusif Basigi, Augustine Evans Adotey were among Coaching instructors who were offered the platform to deliver some insightful and refreshing notes on skills development, coordination skills and other modern trends of coaching.
More of such coaching workshops will be organized by the Ghana football Association intermittently to enable coaches to share ideas on the job according to the GFA Technical Director, Francis Oti Akenteng