DLR Sports Partnership will be running a Certified Coaching Ireland Programme starting the 4th March until 25th March . This will be running for 4 Wednesdays from 6:30-9:30pm in Sliabh Rua Gaelscoil, Ballyogan. The cost of the programme is €20 per particpant (these fees are subsidised through the Ballyogan Sports & Physical Activity Hub and the Dormant Accounts Fund).
Children's needs in sport are different to the needs of other populations; therefore the coaches of children need to be equipped with specific knowledge, skills and competencies to fulfil the needs of children.Children want different things from their sport participation and require different approaches given their stage of development both physically and mentally.
The Federation of Irish Sport today launched their 2020 Irish Sport Industry Awards. This is the fifth year of the awards which were set up to highlight the important role sport plays in the economic life of the country in addition to the many other ways in which it enhances the quality of life and health in Ireland.
The awards focus on the invaluable relationship between business and sport in Ireland. The Sport industry in Ireland supports 40,000 jobs, stimulates €2.4 billion in household spending and generates €1 billion in tourism receipts each year. The awards recognize and reward excellence in the business of sport, while simultaneously highlighting the contribution of sport to Ireland Inc.
The event will be held on Thursday 16th April in Croke Park Stadium.
Nominations are now being accepted for all open categories and can be made via www.irishsportindustryawards.ie. Closing date for applications is Friday 20th of March 2020
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