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Level 3 Diploma in Performance Coaching

January 17th, 2013

ocn-course-launchSRC in partnership with Ulster GAA is offering a nationally recognised qualification, Performance Coaching in Gaelic Games, which is accredited through the Open College Network Northern Ireland (OCNNI).

Target audience: GAA volunteers in clubs and schools.

Armagh
Tuesday: 7.00-9.00pm
Start date: 22nd January 2013

Lurgan
Wednesday: 7.00-9.00pm
Start date: 23rd January 2013

Newry
Thursday: 7.00-9.00pm
Start date: 24th January 2013

Units:
Coaching Strategies for Improving Performance in Gaelic Sports
Using Technology and Physical Preparation in Gaelic Sports
The use of Planning and Periodisation in Gaelic Sports
Building Team Success in Gaelic Sports

Guided learning Hours 200 (20 hours classroom based/180 distance learning).

COURSE FEES: £150 – NEW REDUCED FEE

Criteria for selection:

Essential:
GAA NGB Foundation Award
Current involvement (intention to become involved) with a GAA team in some type of coaching capacity

Preferred:
Other GAA Qualifications
Some type of exposure to county player either as a player/coach
Coaching Experience club/county
Sports Specific Knowledge – Sports Science/Nutrition/Performance Analysis/Periodisation
Sports Specific Workshops attended (GAA or Other)
Evidence of commitment to sport or any aspect of voluntary work

For further information contact Michael McDonald on email: mcdonaldm@src.ac.uk or Roger Keenan roger.keenan.ulster@gaa.ie