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1 Canadian GAA in Association with Ulster GAA Strategy and Action Plan

2 OUTCOMES FOR THE SESSION By the end of the day we will have worked to develop appreciation challenges that the GAA in CanadaA clearer understanding and appreciation challenges that the GAA in Canada face moving forward. need to work together as a TeamAn appreciation of the need to work together as a Team in Canada. deliver on theA recognition of the need to deliver on the Strategic Vision in Canada and the need to reduce the degree of the dependency on Ulster GAA. A strategic framework and action plan that will empower volunteers in the delivery of coaching, games, refereeing, administration and governance and that matches vision, goals and objectives.

3 Meet and Greet

4 Rules of Engagement Opinions valued No put downs Open Mind Listen... Listen Communicate concisely Achieve an action plan Outside box Blue sky thinking Consider how we deliver Bring Solutions... Canadian Perspective

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6 From East to West

7 ULSTER GAA Contextual Overview “To foster and grow the GAA across Ulster, strengthening its position as the Province’s leading amateur sporting; cultural; community; and volunteer driven movement” YOUR STATEMENT….. Community Volunteerism Identity Inclusion Excellence ULSTER GAA CORE VALUES

8 Canadian GAA - Core Values Volunteerism Governance Growth and Development Community and Inclusion Culture and Heritage Team Work and Collaboration CANADA GAA CORE VALUES Respect

9 CANADIANENVIRONMENT COMPETITOIN WITH OTHER SPORTS LENGTH OF THE SEASON FACILITY ACCESS HELP TO DELIVER CHAMPION AND DRIVER

10 Building and Developing a Working Relationship Challenges????

11 Working Together

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13 Where is Canadian GAA? 1.What are the good things we do that we must keep doing? 2.What do we do occasionally that we need to do consistently? 3.What are the bad things we do that we must stop doing? 4.What didn’t we do- that we must start doing?

14 What are the good things we do that we must keep doing? What are the bad things we do that we must stop doing? What do we do occasionally that we need to do consistently? What didn’t we do- that we must start doing?

15 What are the good things we do that we must keep doing? What are the bad things we do that we must stop doing? Summary What do we do occasion ally that we need to do consisten tly? What didn’t we do- that we must start doing?

16 Discussion around the Challenges and Issues

17 Put the big Pillars in Place What are the BROAD Themes for Your Strategy

18 IDENTIFY THEMES + vote if required Volunteerism Community and Inclusion Teamwork Respect KEY THEMESKEY THEMES KEY THEMESKEY THEMES Culture and Heritage Governance Growth and Development Governance Growth and Development

19 Theme - Area EXAMPLE Governance Review Committee System Communication Teams set up Communications Plan in Place Coaching and Games Competitions Coach Development Tutor Development Referee Development Games Programme Summer Camp Programme Teachers Programmes Camogie Camps Referees Assessors Young Whistlers Schools Competitions Facilities and Infrastructure Health and Safety Assessment Partnerships identified Access GAA money GAA Facility in each region Culture and Heritage Community Development, Inclusion and Cohesion

20 Theme –CANADA Completed by Volunteerism, recruitment, retention, coach development, games development, child protection Audit Clubs Recruitment & retention strategy Club structures & roles of officers Identify & train new tutors Foundation Course offered Police Vetting initiated for coaches Develop 4 team leagues Audit Report and Seminar Consolidate structures in clubs. Bank of tutors available Foundation and Level 1 run out Police Vetting enforced junior club coaches Outreach officer to development Review impact of audit work Club structures training to all clubs Tutor active in course delivery Level 2 Course Delivered Police vetting enforced for all club members with access to children Outreach programme reviewed Community, Inclusion, added value, open doors to others, quality product, Engage Irish Community One event that adds value Engage Canadian Community Two events supported by all clubs that add value. Engage extended community Three events supported by all clubs that invite the extended community in (music, song, dance) Growth and Development (Governance – marketing, promotion, finance, recruitment Define roles and increase volunteers for club executives. Review expenditure and Income. Review current marketing and promotion strategy for the games. Develop a marketing and promotion strategy for GAA in Canada. Explore the development of a minor team to represent divisional board Plan for the development of Hurling Camogie and Handball Canadian team(s) travel to CYC Games annually> Canadian All Stars visit Ireland Bi annually. Canadian Championship is vibrant Divisional Minor teams established Respect Refereeing, Spectators, Players All club players sign up to a Code of Behaviour. Promote Respect at the Club All Executive members education club members and enforce Code. All spectators embrace Code of Behaviour and Respect Culture and Heritage language, history Cultural Officer appointed at Canadian Board Develop idea of a Community based event Scór competition delivered Deliver Community based event to reflect cultural and heritage of GAA in Canada Offer Irish Language Class Divisional Scór Event Signage in Irish, English and French at games and events Facilities???? Refurbishment, health and safety Audit of Clubs to include facility review. Explore potential new partnerships for facility development Discuss access to financial support with National Infrastructure for partnership programmes Target partners and present the case. Facility development with partners

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22 Action Planning Theme:Coaching Action TimingOutcome soughtCommittee / Person responsible Led by 1. Tutor Development to help deliver programmes within Canada March 2011 March 2012 Tutors Identified Training delivered Tutor In-service Ulster GAA and Coaching Committee Joe Bloggs 2. Course Delivery at foundation and awards 1 and 2 June 2011 September 2011 March 2012 March 2013 Foundation Course delivered Vancouver Foundation course Calgary Level 1 Children’s Course Ottawa Level 1 Youth and Adult Programme Vancouver Level 2 Programme Ulster GAA and Coaching Committee 3. Summer Coaching Programme in major clubs 4.

23 WHAT Needs doing in each theme Key Actions (that will be delivered) Theme 1: Facilities –Action 1: We will develop a new pitch in Ottawa –Action 2: We will refurbish a pitch in Toronto –Action 3: We will upgrade changing facilities in Vancouver –Action 4:We will work with local authorities and get joint use of facilities Theme 2: Theme 3: Theme 4:

24 Action Planning Theme:Volunteerism (to be completed in final plan) ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by 1.Audit ClubsDecember 2012Complete audit on governance and coaching 2Seminar re club structures and roles of officers December 2012Workshops throughout Canada in Clubs 3Identify existing Tutors and train new tutors December 2013Use existing tutors to deliver Train new tutors 4 Coaching Programme offered December 2012Foundation Level 1 Level 2 5 Police Vetting Procedure initiated December 2015All Volunteers active vetted Children's Officer in each club Procedure clear

25 Action Planning Theme:Respect (will be completed in the final plan) ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by

26 Action Planning Theme:Culture and Heritage (will be completed in the final plan) ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by

27 Action Planning Theme:Governance – Growth and Development ( detail in final plan) ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by

28 Action Planning Theme:Community and Inclusion ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by

29 Action Planning Theme:Facilities ActionTimingOutcome soughtCommittee Person responsible Led by 1. Focused Facility for Gaelic Games 2015One facility for Games in each city Provincial Council County Board Divisional Boards 2. Explore potential for partnerships 2013Partnerships with Schools Partnerships with cities Maximise the GAA network and Department of Foreign affairs Capital Development Budget Maximise professional expertise within AA County BoardDivisional Board 3. Negotiate partnerships funding with National GAA 2013Formal presentation to Overseas and National Infrastructure Committee County Board

30 Leadership 10% Canadian Board County Board Juvenile Boards Ulster GAA People Management (9%) Education Training Vetting Policy & Strategy (8%) Vision and Direction Action Plan Resources (9%) Finances People Facilities Process 14% Governance Administration Discipline Competitions Results 14% More Playing Good Discipline Administration Governance Structures Coaching Facilities Competitions Refereeing More Clubs People Satisfaction (9%) Players Spectators Coaches Customer Satisfaction (20%) Players Spectators Coaches Impact on Society (6%) Health Social Cultural ENABLERS 50% RESULTS 50% Building for Excellence – Focus on whole System

31 OUTCOMES FOR THE SESSION By the end of the day we will have worked to develop appreciation challenges that the GAA in CanadaA clearer understanding and appreciation challenges that the GAA in Canada face moving forward. need to work together as a TeamAn appreciation of the need to work together as a Team in Canada. deliver on theA recognition of the need to deliver on the Strategic Vision in Canada and the need to reduce the degree of the dependency on Ulster GAA. A strategic framework and action plan that will empower volunteers in the delivery of coaching, games, refereeing, administration and governance and that matches vision, goals and objectives.

32 Summary – What Next Foreword – President (100 words) - TBD Background – GAA in Canada - TBD SWOT Analysis Key Themes Identified Key Actions Required Delivery by to be agreed Submission to Canadian Board AGM 2 Dec. Submission to GAA International Committee Delivery starts January 2012


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