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Full series of coaching webinars now available to watch back online

March 3rd, 2022

Ulster GAA Coaching & Games began the new year with a schedule of coaching webinars and online workshops, held over the course of January and February 2022.

Five live and interactive virtual events explored a broad range of topics across GAA Coaching & Games and were delivered by a variety of coaching experts.

Check out the webinars below.


‘Player Profiling and Goal-Setting’ (Ryan Mellon)

12th January 2022

At the end of this Webinar, Coaches will have been exposed to:

  • How to conduct 1-to-1 profiling exercise with players.
  • Agreeing set goals to develop their game.


‘Coaching Best Practice’ (Gerard O’ Connor)

19th January 2022

At the end of this Webinar, Coaches will have been exposed to:

  • How to create the right coaching culture for your club.
  • Identify good practices when working with young people.
  • Create a better atmosphere that promotes positive adult-child relationships.
  • Identify the hallmarks of successful coaching


‘Family of Games (4–12 year-olds)’ (Terence McWilliams/Garreth Thornton)

26th January 2022

At the end of this Webinar, Coaches will have been exposed to:

  • How to use the Family of Games Model.
  • How it can be used for all ages from 4 to 12 year olds


‘Managing/Coaching Teams – The Core Principles’  (Roger Keenan)

2nd February 2022

At the end of this Webinar, Coaches will have been exposed to:

  • The pitfalls when Managing/Coaching
  • Getting of on the right foot
  • Getting everyone on the same hymn sheet

 


‘Transition from Defence to Attack’ (Brendan Harpur)

9th February 2022

At the end of this Webinar, Coaches will have been exposed to:

  • Recognising that Speed of thought and action are the keys to successful Transition.
  • What good transition looks like in a game.
  • Identifying the principles of Defence & Attack
  • Implementing the components of Transition into your coaching practice.

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