Ulster GAA has announced details of its 2019 Volunteer Development Pathway for all club officers across Ulster to help develop capacity of clubs in 2019 across key issues.
The Training Programme commences on Saturday 5th January 2019 at Holy Trinity College, Cookstown with the Club Officer Induction Award. This Provincial training course is designed for volunteers NEW to their role in 2019 across the following five key club executive roles: Registrar (Or whoever in charge of registering members), Children’s Officer, Coaching Officer, Development Officer and Cultural Officer. Demand is always high for this Club Officer Induction Award and clubs are urged to register for places as soon as possible at the following link: www.ulster.gaa.ie/VolunteerDevelopment2019
In addition to this National GAA will be rolling out their Leadership Programme for Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and PRO across all nine counties and Ulster GAA encourages volunteers new to those roles to attend that training. These will be promoted through county boards.
The second element of the 2019 Volunteer Development Pathway is Ulster GAA’s Club Officer Development Course, which will be held in five locations across Ulster and clubs are asked to attend their nearest venue. The Development Course will provide club officers with key information and training across a range of important areas, including:
- Club Maith and Planning
- Health and Wellbeing
- Using Office 365
- Culture and Language.
These training sessions will be held at evening time, with registration at 6.45pm and workshops starting at 7pm sharp. All clubs are asked to have representation at all workshops at their nearest venue or most convenient date:
Tuesday 15th January 2019: Largy College Clones
Thursday 17th January 2019: Holy Cross College, Strabane
Tuesday 22nd January 2019: St Paul’s School, Bessbrook
Thursday 24th January 2019: Belfast, Venue TBC
Tuesday 29th January 2019: St Mary’s School Magherafelt
Registration is now open for all these training sessions by logging onto www.ulster.gaa.ie/VolunteerDevelopment2019 or contact Sharon Haughey-Grimley on 028 37517 180 or email email@example.com
Ulster GAA’s Volunteer Development Pathway is designed to build capacity among club officers providing them with relevant knowledge and understanding of key issues facing them in their roles in 2019. This training is a requirement of Club Maith and all clubs are encouraged to attend.