Coaches from the Scottish FA South East Region were once again treated to a high profile lineup at this year's Coaching Conference. Academy coaches from Manchester United, Liverpool and Cardiff City delivered presentations and practical sessions in front of the 200 strong audience as part of the Scottish FA's Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programme.

Hear from the guest coaches in our exclusive video.

Coaches who have undertaken their Scottish FA Coach Education certificates and licences, along with volunteers working at Scottish FA Quality Mark accredited clubs from across the region were in attendance and benefited hugely from the opportunity to share ideas and best practice.

Steve Cooper, Liverpool

Steve Cooper started his football career as a player at Wrexham Football Club. After a short spell at Bangor City he retuned to Wrexham to start his career in coaching as Assistant Head of Youth, a position he held for five years. Steve was promoted to Head of Youth in 2006 before joining Liverpool in 2008. Steve is now Assistant Academy Manager at Liverpool, where he oversees the entire football programme for all players within the schoolboy programme. Steve is responsible for the implementation of the current technical programme deployed at the Liverpool FC Academy for school age players. Steve is a UEFA Pro Licence holder as well as having the FA Academy Managers Licence.

Geraint Twose, Cardiff City

Geraint Twose has worked at Cardiff City for the past 10 years in both the Football in the Community department and as coach for various Academy teams. A former PE teacher and apprentice at Swansea City, Geraint is a qualified UEFA A licence holder and also holds the FA Youth Licence (17-21). He is a qualified Coach Educator who tutors on the Welsh FA UEFA B Licence Course. Geraint is responsible for the development of all technical and tactical aspects of the coaching syllabus for 12-16 year olds at Cardiff City and he is particularly proud of the Cardiff Academy's track record of producing professional players.

Eamon Mulvey, Manchester United

Eamon Mulvey played for Manchester City and Stockport County before his career was cut short by injury. He started his coaching career on a part time basis at Manchester City before joining Manchester Utd to assist Rene Meulensteen, increase technical support for players and coaches and also develop the 4 v 4 initiative. Eamon joined United on a full time basis in 2003 as a Development Centre Skills Coach before being promoted to Academy Skill Development Coach in 2005. Eamon holds the UEFA A Licence and English FA Youth Licence as well as a Bsc (Hons) in Sports Science.