Coach Education Courses;
Introduction to Gaelic Games (ICGG) Foundation course on Friday 8th December from 7 to 10pm (Safeguarding Workshop) & on Saturday 9th December from 10am to 5pm.
If you have safeguarding completed you do not need to attend on Friday evening.
Venue: Entekra Monaghan GAA Centre of Excellence in Cloghan. This may change due to availability or if there are a number of participants from a certain region in the county.
Cost: €30 per person. This must be paid at the beginning of each course (We need a minimum of 16 people to attend the course with a maximum of 24)
Tutors: Macartan McKenna & Paddy Martin.
To register please complete form below: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zp3keDT8xPxHi73TFx040ktUOEg0Qk1PWDk1OUFBMkpHRkJSS0pVV1FBRS4u
Award 1 Football – Key Dates & Times;
• Friday 24th November – 7pm to 10pm
• Saturday 25th November 9am to 4pm
• Saturday 2nd December 9am to 4pm.
Venue: Entekra Monaghan GAA Centre of Excellence in Cloghan.
Cost: €55 per person. This must be paid at the beginning of each course (We need a minimum of 16 people to attend the course with a maximum of 24).
Tutors: Colin Malone & Eamon Hughes. Barry McKenna will deliver Physical Fitness module & Mark Kellett Performance Analysis module.
To register please complete form below: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=hrxFrNSvpUKfwz6H4bd_zp3keDT8xPxHi73TFx040ktUOTFQTkVYSlg4OUpSOFhKS1lDU0I0UDlWRi4u
Any questions on the above, please contact Paul O’Connor on 086 8374827 email@example.com
Ulster Coach Development Programme (CDP) Webinar & Practical Workshop Programme 2023-24
The webinars/workshops will be free to access via MS Teams, and details of how to register are below.
Monaghan: 29th November 7pm – 9pm @ Castleblaney College
Registration for the above session take place on the night.
This programme covers the first stage of the new Player Development Pathway (FTEM under F1). A specific programme of skills and activities has been developed on user friendly ‘coaching cards’ for coaches with little or no experience.
The aim of the programme is to support the developmental stages of all children regardless of ability, and to offer a variety of progressive, challenging and fun activities including warm-up, games and skill-development activities.
The advantage to club coaches is that all activities can be set up quickly and easily involving large or small numbers. All clubs should be planning their ABC’S of Movement programmes on the run-up to the Christmas period as this is an ideal time of the year to be working inside.
The ABC’s of Movement programme benefits parents and coaches in that coaches are learning new activities and improving their coaching skills through the interaction of Ulster GAA Key Stage 2 coaches. Coaches can be better managed as the club can be assured the coaches are delivering a standardised programme. A measure of the success of the programme will be continued parental involvement in club activities, as they hopefully will become future coaches. It also encourages children and their parents to play together away from the club setting.
For more information and assistance in setting up the ABC’s of Movement programme please contact Garreth Thornton via email – firstname.lastname@example.org.