'From the Ground Up' Coaching Teenage Girls Launch
'From the Ground Up'
Recognising the need for teenage girls to be coached in a manner suiting their physical and emotional needs, the Coaching Teenage Girls in Sport workshop was designed specifically to drive retention of teenage girls in sport. This targeted workshop places an emphasis on Girls-first coaching, ensuring that teenage girls are given an equal opportunity to reach their sporting potential.
The following are three (3) informative promotional videos which outline the development, content and potential impact of the workshop with teenage girls.
In episode one of this 3-part promo series, the key stakeholders, Sport Ireland Coaching Unit, the Federation of Irish Sport and Lifes2good Foundation, set out the background and objectives of the workshops, illustrating why there is a need to provide coaching through a gender lens and understand the barriers facing teenage girls in participating in sport.
In episode two, Workshop Content & Coaches Feedback there is a look behind the scenes at St. Colman’s Camogie Club which incorporates the parishes of Gort, Kilbeacanty, Beagh and Tubber. We hear from those involved in the programme i.e., the coaches and the course facilitators, as they strive to improve the quality of grassroots development for female athletes in Ireland. Brought to you by Sport Ireland Coaching Unit, the Federation of Irish Sport and the Lifes2good Foundation.
To conclude in episode three, Success So Far and Future Workshops we review the success of the workshop implementation to date and look to replicate that success and uptake across multiple sport settings. Brought to you by Sport Ireland Coaching Unit, the Federation of Irish Sport and the Lifes2good Foundation.