Women Boxing Coaches invited to inaugural Female Coach Networking Event.

Once again Athletics Ireland, Cycling Ireland, Irish Athletic Boxing Association (IABA), Rowing Ireland and Triathlon Ireland have collaborated to bring an exciting and innovative event to the female coaches within their respective sports. 

This inaugural networking event will take place on Sunday 6th November at Clayton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin.

The networking day has come about from overwhelming feedback from coaches who have gone through the Women in Sport Coaching Pathway Programme, another initiative the five National Governing Bodies work together on. The coaches have spoken about the need for more networking events and the benefit they get from meeting up and learning from one another.

Lisa Fallon, currently working with FIFA in their High Performance Department, and current Chair of Paralympics Ireland High Performance Committee, has been confirmed as they keynote speaker.

Dr Phil Kearney, Lecturer in Motor Skill Acquisition, Coaching and Performance at University of Limerick will be on hand to deliver an education session on “Layering 4Cs into your coaching for optimal athlete development”

Full timetable as follows;

9.30am – 10.00am         Sign in with teas and coffees available

10.00am – 11.00am       Networking Session with Hayley Harrison

11.00am – 11.30am       Keynote Speaker – Lisa Fallon

11.30am – 12.30pm       Layering 4 Cs into your coaching for optimal athlete development – Dr Phil Kearney

12.30pm – 1.30pm         Lunch

1.30pm – 2.30pm          Sport specific sessions

2.30pm – 3.00pm          Wrap Up – Lisa Fallon

Coaches from the five respective sports who are interested in attending this free event are asked to sign up via the following https://eventmaster.ie/event/n8QPuplH0v  

Any questions about the event can be directed to the Women in Sport Officer, Louise McKenzie, louise.mckenzie@iaba.ie  

This event has been funded by the Women in Sport fund from Sport Ireland, a special thank you to Sport Ireland for the continued support