Cook Island U17 Women pre New Zealand in a World Cup Qualifying fixture in Apia Samoa in 2017
Rarotonga the Main Island of the Cook Islands
Primarily Ibrom was asked by the President to develop national elite academies aligned to future OFC and FIFA International Competitions. Alongside this developing coach education on the main island of Rarotonga and its neighbouring islands.
Elite National Academies
Cook Islands U16 & U17 Boys Squads in 2016
Cook Islands U14 & U15 Boys Squads in 2016
Drone footage of the Cook Islands FA National Academy
Technical Director Ibrom overseeing the CIFA National Academy Trials
Across an 18 month period Ibrom was able to develop 6 national academies encompassing over 100 boys and girls from the ages of 8-17 years old. All players resided on the main island of Rarotonga and were identified through the local national domestic competition.
World Cup Qualification
Cook Island U20 mens team face the camera in Luganville Vanuatu in 2016
Cook Islands U20 forward Conroy Tiputoa in action against New Zealand
Cook Island U20 Captain Samuel Cox taking on New Zealand
Ibrom instructing at a national training camp in Rarotonga Cook Islands 2016
Their was many achievements at the International level for Ibrom including International teams qualifying for the highest placing in World Cup qualifying tournaments.
Ibrom pictured with participants on the FIFA Youth Coaching License in 2016
Ibrom pictured presenting a Senior C License Certificate to a participant with Patrick Jacquemet OFC Technical Director
CIFA launches the first OFC Education Centre in the Oceania Region in 2017
Ibrom pictured with participants on the FIFA Grassroots Coaching License in 2016
Under Ibrom's leadership a number of coach education courses took place in the Cook Islands. The first ever Senior C License Coaching Course took place as well as the pilot launch for the first Education Centre in Oceania in 2017.