Club Coaching Officers – Roles and Responsibilities
Club Coaching Officer – Roles & Responsibilities
The overall role of the Club Coaching Officer is to ensure that County Coaching & Games Development Activities are implemented in line with your County Board ad GAA Policy and Development Plan. They should be chairperson of their Club Coaching & Games Steering Committee, and take part in the County Coaching and games Steering Committee.
Reports/accountable to: Chairperson/County Executive Board
Liaise With: County Games Development Officers, Club Project Officers
- Work as part of a team along with the Club Executive and other Club Officers, team mentors and the various sub committees in the Club.
- To liaise with the County Coaching and Games team on the Annual County Games Development Plan, and the club project officers involving the provision of;
- Child and Youth Games Opportunities (Go Games, Super Games Centres, Feiles, Youth tournaments, Underage leagues and championships).
- Learning and Development (Best Practice with regard to Foundation and Level 1 Coaching qualification courses)
- Talent Academies (County Development Squads)
- Camps (Summer, Easter and Halloween).
- Hurling and Football Development Initiatives.
- School Initiatives (Primary/ Secondary School Link)
3.To coordinate the County Development team Coaching Clinics with your club.
- Oversee the appointment of head coaches and assistant coaches for the year.
- Manage and distribute club coaching resources and material (Online coaching videos and physical material. County Coaching Conferences/ workshops in your area).
- Promotion of the RESPECT Initiative (Responsible, Encouraging, Supportive, Positive, Enabling, Considerate, Tolerant).