This course has been developed to provide you with all the information and skills required, across two key areas: Football Intermediary Course and Mentoring.
e-Careers has developed an excellent online training course to help develop the next generation of Football Intermediaries. Through 16 carefully selected modules, you’ll learn and understand the key areas of life as a Football Intermediary, while reinforcing that knowledge with a short assessment at the end of each module.
This interactive online course uses animations, detailed explanations and quizzes, delivered in an easy to digest format, enabling you to learn at your own pace, whenever and where you like, for 12 months. This course has been developed by and for e-Careers, ensuring you receive a unique and high-quality training experience.
As part of this package you’ll also gain access to our mentoring service – ‘Mentor+’, where you’ll benefit from having access to our team of Football Intermediaries (including Xabier), should you ever require further assistance during your studies. Besides this, you’ll also have the opportunity to complete a job application to Xabier, with the chance of being selected to become part of his team of international Football Intermediaries.
This course is made up of 16 modules, including:
While many people dream of becoming a Football Intermediary, very few put in the work required to make that dream a reality. If you have the drive and determination to make the career jump into this challenging but equalling rewarding career, we want to hear from you!
So why should you consider a career as a Football Intermediary? You’ll get to do something you love while working in an industry you’re passionate about. Not to mention the lucrative earning potential Intermediaries have. Jorge Mendes earned over £19m for arranging the transfer of Cristiano Renaldo to Juventus.
There is also a real skills-gap of highly trained, professional Football Intermediaries, which means that those who take the time to become fully trained and certified Intermediaries are in a very strong position.
Learn essential subject areas, such as:
This course is 100% online, so you will not be required to attend any classes.
Historically, it was only possible for those with the right connections, licences and a lot of money to become a Football Agent. This all changed in 2015, when the rules were reviewed, and everyone was given the right to become a Football Intermediary. The only requirements currently established for becoming a football intermediary is to comply with your local FA. For those looking to become Intermediaries in England, these include:
The Football Intermediary Course has been developed to help anyone learn how to become a football agent (Intermediary) and gain the skills required to be successful in this industry. If you’re looking to gain a football qualification, this course will be ideal for you.
As this course has been aimed towards newcomers to the industry, there are no prerequisites to enrol onto this course. This means that anyone can build up their knowledge, learn industry specific techniques to successfully navigate this competitive industry and work towards a career as a Football Intermediary.
Due to the nature of this industry and the role of a Football Intermediary, individuals who are confident communicators, excellent negotiators and caring but direct tend to suit this sector best.
We have tried to make the enrolment process as easy as possible, with 3 main ways to enrol:
You can enrol onto this course at any time and once you have access to your course materials, you can study whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If a career as a Football Intermediary sounds like the career move for you, now is the time to start your journey and enrol onto this course.
The cost of the investment into your future as a Football Intermediary is just £595 (Inc. VAT).
We offer three payment options to make enrolling on this course easier for you:
We have a range of blogposts you can explore, to discover more about becoming a Football Intermediary and the industry in general.