The following provides information on the Association’s coach education courses including Camán Get a Grip and Camán Get Hooked.
Book a Coaching Course
Any club with coaches wishing to attend a coaching course should contact their county board or county development officer to book places on the next scheduled coaching course in their county.
County boards and county development officers can now apply for foundation level courses through their Provincial Growth & Participation Officer.
Courses must be applied for a minimum of 5 weeks in advance of requested course date and all Courses must be paid for in full at least one week before the course commencement date.
Cost of Camán Get a Grip Foundation Course:
- Foundation course half course (minimum 12, maximum 15 participants) = €300
- Full Foundation course (minimum 20, maximum 24 participants) = €480 (Currently Due to government restrictions NO full courses will be delivered until guidelines allow in 2021)
If you require any information on Camán Get Hooked Level 1 coaching course please contact your Provincial Growth & Participation Officer.
The Camogie Association run a full calendar of Camogie Coaching Courses. – please, keep up-to-date with course information on our Social Media Channels.
If you have any coach education related questions please click here HERE
Camogie Coach Learning 2021
The Camogie Player Pathway
The Camogie Player Pathway highlights the skills and characteristics that Camogie players can expect at each stage of their development and can be viewed HERE
One Good Coach
The Camogie Association, GAA and LGFA, in partnership with Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health, are delighted to make available across their memberships a new online mental health course called One Good Coach™. The course is based on the successful workshop Jigsaw delivers face-to-face content across its 12 services. It offers participants a greater understanding of mental health, the importance of their role as a potential One Good Adult® in the lives of young members, and a greater awareness of how to promote and support young people’s mental health. While designed with coaches in mind, the 40-minute content should prove equally informative to Healthy Club or Children’s Officers, any other club or county volunteers that work with young people, or even interested parents or young people themselves. The One Good Coach™ workshop is now available to access on the GAA’s e-learning platform HERE