The 2017 GAA Games Development Conference will take place in Croke Park on Friday Jan 6th and Saturday Jan 7th 2017. The 2017 Conference will focus on issues related to players across the playing pathway (Child, Youth and Adult).
On Friday, January 6th there will be a special Games Based forum, including presentations by expert Hurling and Gaelic football coaches. On Saturday, January 7th there will be a range of speakers presenting both key note and parallel workshops.
David Herity Dublin Camogie Manager and former Kilkenny Hurler will present a topic on behalf of Camogie on Saturday at the Conference entitled ‘Catering for mixed abilities in a games based approach to training’.
For more information on the Games Development Conference, visit the Conference Webpage at http://learning.gaa.ie/coach
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Other development News…
· Camogie4Teens Clare, Tipperary & Offaly
· Camogie Level 2 special guests
· Volunteer Fair at Limerick Institute of Technology
· Camán Get a Grip at Teacher College
Camogie4Teens Clare, Tipperary & Offaly
Camogie4Teens Programme continues around the country with 10 counties taking part in phase 2 of the programme.
Clare Camogie4Teens attending their final workshop on Nov 12th in Cratloe GAA with tutors Eileen Gleeson and April Purcell.
Tipperary Camogie4Teens kicked off on Nov 14th with the lifestyle workshop.
County player Sabrina Larkin led the module giving a worthwhile insight into her experiences as both a county player and a sports and exercise professional. Clubs represented on the programme in Tipperary include Drom and Inch, Kilruane, Ballina, Fethard, Portroe and Borrisoleigh.
Offaly Camogie4Teens Coaching Workshop
Offaly Camogie4Teens Injury Prevention for Young Athletes talk by Michaela Morkan and Dearbhail Foley.
Camogie Level 2 special guests
The second weekend of the Camogie Level 2 Course took place in Ardclough Kildare on November 12th and 13th.
Paudie Butler was special tutor guest on Saturday and took the coaches through the wall ball session.
Action from level 2 Course
On Sunday Martin Fogarty attended as special guest to talk to the coaches about his coaching experience and conducted a question and answers session with everyone.
Martin Fogarty talking to group of coaches at Level 2 Coaching Course
Flip chart from 'Building Rapport' Module at Camogie Level 2. Martin Fogarty also emphasised the importnace of building rapport wiht your players as a coach
Volunteer fair at Limerick Institute of Technology
LIT GIVE is the body within LIT College responsible for introducing students to volunteer opportunities in the community.
Munster Camogie were invited to attend this volunteer fair on November 10th to showcase the volunteering opportunities within camogie clubs.
Pictured above Brian McDonnell Munster Camogie Administrator, Kathleen Egan Regional Development Officer and David Carroll LIT student and incoming Clare Camogie Development Officer.
Camán Get a Grip at Teacher College
24 students took part in the Camán Get a Grip Coaching Course in St.Mary’s Teacher Training College with tutors Clare Dowdall and Ger Gribbin.