TRIATHLON IRELAND INTRODUCES COACHING SKILLS SCHOOLS

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There will be four new Coaching Skills Schools led by Triathlon Ireland’s Development Officers over February and March. These will be practical sessions for coaches covering run, bike and transition skills. Coaches can then bring these sessions into their clubs and athletes, to provide further guidance in these essential skills for our sport.

The session is open to all Triathlon Ireland qualified coaches, from Tri Leaders through to Level 2. Although the sessions are junior skills based they can be applied to all ages.

To support our Tri Heroes Schools Programme, our Junior Clubs and our Coaches, Triathlon Ireland is rolling out Skills Schools in February and March. These are being hosted by clubs around the country. 

Saturday, 18th February, 11:00am -1:00pm -Hosted by Tri Limits, Eskragh Lough  

Sunday, 19th February, 12:00 -2:00pm – Hosted by 27/7 Letterkenny

Saturday, 4th March, 11:30am – 1:30pm – Hosted by South Coast Tri Club, Youghal

Saturday, 4th March, 11:00am -1:00pm  – Corkagh Park, Dublin

These sessions are for you if you want to get more practical coaching experience with a specific focus on juniors and youths. 

The sessions are two hours long. Coaches need to bring a bike, helmet, shoes and outdoor gear. 

The sessions are free but you must be a Triathlon Ireland member to attend. If you are not a TI member (for example a teacher/LSP coach), please register below and then sign in on the day.

Pre-Registration is essential as there are limited numbers for each session. 

Sign up HERE for the sessions.

For more information contact Anna Grealish anna@triathlonireland.com

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