To complement the coaching qualification pathway, the Ulster GAA Coach Academy, will provide a number of short workshops/courses to further develop coaching expertise over a period of 12 months.
We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete a survey aimed at improving our understanding of how the Activate GAA warm-up has influenced your practice.
The 11th O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching Conference took place in the Glenavon House Hotel Cookstown on Saturday 21st February, with over 320 delegates traveling from all over Ireland and abroad to attend the event.
Delegates can now book their places online for the 2015 O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference, which will take place on Saturday 21st February in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown.
Ulster GAA and the Irish FA have been awarded the Coaching Intervention of the Year award for the Curriculum Sports Programme at the 2014 UK Coaching Awards.
Down DENI coaches recently organised a very successful training day for their teachers in Saval GFC.
Phase 2 of Ulster GAA’s Youth Employment Scheme has drawn to a close with a graduation event at the Council’s Armagh offices.
The staff and children of P3 and P4 in St Columbans P.S. Belcoo took World Book Day Fancy Dress to another level recently.
The local sports medicine community turned out in force for a SINI hosted seminar on the reduction and management of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury on Wednesday 26th March.
Sports Institute Northern Ireland (SINI) will be hosting a seminar for Sports Medicine professionals to explore ACL injury prevention and management, on Wednesday 26th March at the University of Ulster at Jordanstown.
Sports Institute Northern Ireland (SINI) and Ulster GAA have unveiled an innovative warm-up programme designed to enhance performance and reduce injury.
Places are now open for delegates to book their spot at the 2014 O’Neill’s Ulster GAA Coaching Conference.
Ulster GAA has marked the completion of a number of OCN accredited coaching courses with a graduation ceremony, which was held at Navan Fort in Armagh.
Ulster GAA is now taking bookings for the Award 2 Youth/Adult Course in Armagh.
Ulster GAA in partnership with the Regional Colleges throughout the Province is proposing to offer two fully accredited qualifications (Open College Network), commencing in October 2013.