I must beg to differ on a number of points. Firstly the english game is no longer regarded as being weak on the technical side. Sure it doesnt have some of the flare of other nations, but that is more due to the style of play rather than the lack of technical ability. Further more the very fact that the premiership grosses more revenue than any other global league should actually speak volumes about the kind of football that people want to see. There are aspects in each country that can be improved on and the teams that win tournaments are those that manage to put all the components together in the right balance. Germany has never been considered a flare team, rather methodical and machine like to quote 2 descriptions. Yet their success on an international level compares favourably with the best.
How can you say that England are seen as big under achievers without mentioning the dutch, the spanish, the portugese in the same breath. With all the natural flare that they posess they must certainly be bigger under achievers. Or are you going to tel me that because spain won the last euros, that somehow means they arent underachievers anymore?
The Higher coaching badges are all Uefa branded - this means that they are pretty much standardised and certainly credited throughout europe hence the name uefa. Only these higher coaching badges will contain the elements you mentioned no matter which country you reside in. The level 1 no matter which country's equivalent you take does not contain the elements you speak of. Furthermore The Pro Licence which is now a prerequisite for mangers of clubs in the elite divisions of each european league takes 18 months minimum to achieve and courses are attended by managers from around the world with courses also taking place around europe. ie there isnt an english, spanish, italian, dutch etc version.
I am not trying to defend the english system as the best or anything like that, but i am putting across a less biased and more informed point of view whereas yours comes across as heavilly anti english coaching. As a final note successful teams adapt to prevailing conditions and styles of play consequently a number of factors will influence a teams performance for example, great managers do not, great players do not, great coaches do not make great teams. If that was the case then we would never have had greece as european champions who subsequently failed to qualify for the following world cup. Right blend and balance of the aforementioned is the core of success.
If you want to hold up training systems as being better than that of engalnd then do so with evidence that backs up your theory not unsubstantiated claims. Many a foreign coach admires the english game as does many an english coach admire the continental way. The key is finding the balance.