Antrim Junior Championship & McCormick Cup Winners 2019
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Brief introduction to social isolation and how to help someone that may be feeling isolated. In 5-10 minutes this module covers adjusting to the new normal following the Corona Virus, and takes into account the significant changes in how many of us live and work.
A very brief introduction to suicide awareness. In just 5 - 10 minutes you could learn skills to help someone considering suicide. This module will give you tips on how to approach someone if you are worried they are considering taking their own life.
A more in depth suicide awareness training which takes about 20 minutes. It aims to give you the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide. It focuses on breaking the stigma and encouraging conversations.
This is a short eLearning course is to help players and coaches of Gaelic Games (GAA, Camogie and LGFA) and coaches’ recognise the signs and symptoms of concussion and understand basic principles of management.
This page is dedicated to the New GAA Child Safeguarding 1 online Refresher Course launched in September 2019 and allows coaches and other volunteers who have already attended a full face to face Safeguarding 1 session in the past 3 years to refresh the course online. It is an interactive eLearning course split into 6 separate modules.
The Foundation Award is the introductory award for coaches of Gaelic Games. The course is aimed at beginner coaches and will enable participants to assist a coach in the organisation of activities to develop hurling or football.
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Reminder that ref no and id documents should be submitted to Sheena Dixon (07884054369) along with completion of page 2 ensuring signature is included . Sheena can arrange for collection at senior training or any home matches.
Clink on the link below to get access and download Access Ni forms.
Jigsaw online workshop, which was developed specifically for coaches who work or volunteer with young people in the Gaelic Games.
We’re really pleased to be able to talk to you about young people’s mental health and the valuable role you can play (and possibly already do) in promoting the mental health of the young people you coach.
Its is worth taking a minute to remember that underneath the jersey, all GAA players are normal people too. They experience the same challenges in life but can often experience additional pressures unique to sportspeople like criticism, injury, peer expectation, sideline negativity, social media, body image issues and more.
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The Sport Wellbeing Hub provides the right help right now, giving you instant access to a range of information, guidance and screening that is tailored specifically to help care for your individual wellbeing needs.
A Coach is a person who assists and challenges players to achieve their full potential.
The coach plays a central role in the development of the GAA player. The challenge for the coach is to create the right conditions for learning to happen and to empower the player to develop him/herself to reach their potential.
The 2020 GAA Games Development Conference in partnership with Sky Sports took place in Croke Park, on Friday and Saturday January 10th and 11th 2020.
The Conference theme was 'Values, Behaviours & Culture - the Key to Sustaining Success'. 11 videos on this page breaking up the day, they are worth watching.
The GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have created a series of coach development sessions. Access the sessions and power points here:
There are some interesting ones on Practical Positive Psychology for Well-being and Motivation Session 24.
All coaches must complete the Foundation Award (theory units can be completed online), including a three hour module on the ‘Code of Ethics and Best Practice’, which is a compulsory unit for any coach or volunteer who works with children, youths and/or vulnerable groups.
Lots of practical videos.
The GAA have developed various resources over the years for coaches involved in Gaelic Games at all levels. See below for video based content for coaches and other GAA volunteers to help with developing fundamentals, hurling & football skills as well as the injury prevention warm up GAA15. For more resources see the GAA Activity Planner.
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