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  • Sun 21 Sep 2014
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    Ireland Senior Championship 2014
    Kerry vs. Donegal Páirc an Chrócaigh
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Coaching


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The coach has a central role in the development of the GAA player. Coaches assist players in developing to their potential - whatever that maybe. 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.

This section will cover topics for a range of people - from those who would like to become a coach to experienced coaches who are looking to develop their coaching and sports science knowledge.

Coaching information is provided for coaches of children, youths and adults. This is to recognise the many differences that coaches are faced with when coaching each of these age and development stages. Much of the information on the art of coaching will apply across the three stages, but differences in technical, tactical and team play development as well as physical and psychological areas are dealt with according to the stage of development.

Information is also provided on the GAA Coach Education Programme. For details of upcoming courses around the country visit the GAA Learning & Development Community Portal


  • COACHING CHILDREN

    All the resources you need for coaching children

    COACHING CHILDREN
  • CHILD WELFARE

    Information and details, who to contact, levels of behaviour and conduct required

    CHILD WELFARE
  • RESPECT INITIATIVE

    Info on promoting respect, discipline for players towards match officials and each other

    RESPECT INITIATIVE
  • VOLUNTEERS

    About Volunteering, What's Involved, Contact your local club

    VOLUNTEERS
  • COACHING COURSES

    Find out all about the official GAA coaching courses available.

    COACHING COURSES
  • GAA GO GAMES

    Develop your skills with fun and enjoyable GAA Go Games

    GAA GO GAMES
  • Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps

    Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls with an action-packed and fun-filled week of GAA activity.

    Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps


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