Coaching Conference Day 2
February 26 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm£15.00
Join us in the function rooms of the Lisburn Racquets club for a day of learning.
Matt Divall, Head of the BJA Performance Pathway will deliver a presentation on how to get a mindset to sport. Help with growth mentally, and also in turn improve retention of players through a developmental mentality.
We will then have a second speaker in the morning that will add to our learning.
We are just awaiting confirmation on attendance, but details will be available shortly.
Then in the afternoon…
We get on the mats, but only in loose clothing!
James Mulroy from Judo Assist Ireland is going to lead a session on Adaptive and Inclusive Judo. Opening our minds, then our club doors to the power that Judo has to make everyone welcome.
He will also keep us up to date with learning techniques and skills to help adaptive players we have and support their varied needs.
To complete the day, you will have the chance to network with the panellists, the other coaches and attendees to create links and ask questions.
What you need to do and have:
- Please arrive 20 minutes early for registration
- Please wear loose comfortable clothing you can move around in
- Plenty of water
- Snacks if required
- Pad and pen for notes (if required)
- Your valid NIJF licence
- A light sandwich lunch will be included as part of the day
- This will be counted as one day of a revalidation event for coaching credentials
Please note, the event is limited to numbers and priority will be given to club coaches. However, club volunteers and officials are also welcome to attend the session.