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Club Officer Training 2011

January 7th, 2011



Club Officer Training 2011

Club Name:
Delegate Name: Position: Email Address:

Coiste Chontae Mhuineacháin CLG

Club Officer Training Programme 2011

Venue: St. Macartan’s College, Monaghan

Date: Saturday 15th January

Time Session Theme Facilitator
9am – 9:30am   Arrival & Registration Gerry McClory
9:30am – 10.10am PLENARY Building a stronger club Ryan Feeney
10:15am – 11:30am WORKSHOP Applying for Club Maith Maura Kelly/ Gerry McClory
  WORKSHOP Club Development Plans Ryan Feeney
  WORKSHOP Raising Funds in 2011

– Friends of Scheme/CASC

Aileen Tohill/ Sharon Haughey
  WORKSHOP Child Protection Geraldine McKavanagh
11.30am: 11.50am PLENARY Live to Play Aileen Tohill
11.50am- 12noon PLENARY Close by County Officer County Officer
12.00noon – 1pm   LUNCH  



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Breakdown of training sessions:

Building a stronger club – Friends of Scheme/CASC
Introduction to focus on sustaining clubs in recessionary time.  This will give a brief overview of: Ulster Council’s support services for clubs, the work of Ulster GAA, developing your volunteer base, valuing volunteers, importance of communications in clubs, participating in Scór and putting the ‘Gaelic’ in GAA Clubs
Applying for Club Maith
Will provide clubs with an update on clubs progressing through the application process.  This session will also provide a timeline of how to apply for Club Maith and what to expect in the application process.  It will also touch on the benefits of Club Maith.  This will be an interactive session where clubs will be able to ask any questions they may have.
Club Development Plans
Will bring club officers through the process for designing a Club Development Plan, including setting up a Development Committee and support from County Board Development Officers.  This session will explain the importance of good club planning and the key elements of a club development plan
Raising Funds
Will highlight the benefits of ‘Friends of schemes’ and applying for CASC.  This session will also provide clubs with recent case studies of some successful and new fundraising methods, the interactive session will also explore some new ideas which can be developed by GAA clubs.
Child Protection
Following on from last year’s programme Ulster GAA’s Child Protection Officer Geraldine McKavanagh has designed this session which will explore key requirements around child protection.
Live to Play
This session will provide an overview of Ulster GAA’s Road Safety Campaign ‘Live to Play’ which is currently being rolled out across all nine counties of Ulster



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