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1 The Coach 10 Model Aligning Coaching Qualifications to the European Qualifications Framework Mr Pat Daly – Director of Games Development & Research Gaelic Athletic Association, Ireland. 30 th January 2013

2 The GAA – An Introduction

3 GAA Clubs - Ireland 32 Counties 4 Provinces 20,120 Teams GAA Activity in 93% of Primary Schools GAA Activity in 93% of Primary Schools GAA Activity in 64% of Post Primary Schools GAA Activity in 64% of Post Primary Schools

4 GAA International Asian Gulf Board: 28 Clubs Australasian Board: 50 Clubs North American Board: 108 Clubs New York Board: 57 Clubs Canada: 15 ClubsBritain: 86 Clubs Europe: 47 Clubs Buenos Aires: 1 Club

5 GAA Player Pathway Play to Stay with the GAA Child Go Games Youth Development Games Adult Championship Games play to learn learn to compete compete to win

6 GAA Coaching Pathway The GAA has a clear Coaching Pathway: Emerging Established Enlightened

7 GAA Volunteer Coaches The total economic value of Sports volunteering in Europe can be estimated at € 28.4 billion (Funding of Grassroots Sport in the EU – Executive Summary, 2012: 7). In Ireland the GAA is the dominant organisation for Sports Volunteering accounting for 42% of Sports Volunteers in Ireland The total economic value of GAA volunteering can be estimated at approximately €112,140,000 per annum Volunteer Coaches: Nationally, an approximate 12,800 weekly underage training sessions are held, equating to 16,976 hours of GAA training per week - an input comparable to that of employing 453 additional full-time coaches There is a need to promote and facilitate Applied Lifelong Learning (ALL)

8 Applied Lifelong Learning (ALL) Face To Face VIRTUALVIRTUAL Formal Course/ Workshop MentoringCommunity of Practice Informal Non-Formal Process by which the assimilation of knowledge, skill and competence in a specific area contributes to the development of overall acumen on the basis that the core conceptual constructs have universal application

9 “Despite nearly 35 years of research and discussion, there still remains a lack of precision in terminology and approach, and a singular failure to reflect effectiveness and expertise literature to any conceptual understanding of the coaching process” Source: “An Integrative Definition of Coaching Effectiveness and Expertise” – International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching (Vol. 4; Iss. 3, 2009) The Coaching Enigma Q. If there is a lack of certainty surrounding terminology and process, how can there be certainty regarding knowledge, skill and competency in relation to the validation of coaching qualifications? A. The Coach 10 Model “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” - Einstein

10 The Coach 10 Model

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13 TPP Where Players strive to achieve their full individual and collective potential

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15 Passionate Principled Persistent PersuasivePersonable

16 Golden Rule Organising Purposeful ActivitiesGames- Based

17 Varied training pursuits - involving the use of the ball in match-type scenarios - which are undertaken by players in order to develop the playing skills of Hurling and Gaelic Football. INTER- MEDIATE DRILLS ADVANCED DRILLS FUN/FITNESS ROUTINES BASIC DRILLS PRACTICE PLAYS SET PLAYS BACKS & FORWARDS GAME SMALL SIDED GAME GAMES BASED ACTIVITIES CONDITIONED GAME FULL SIDED GAME

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19 Build Trust Self Esteem Family Feel High Morale Team Spirit

20 MVA The Motivation & Vocational Attributes (MVA) that inspire players to achieve Total Playing Performance (TPP)

21 Competence Confidence Commitment Connection Conviction Management Leadership Capability Experience Reflection Motivation & Vocational Attributes

22 Motivation Passionate Principled Persistent Personable Persuasive Golden Rule Organising Purposeful Games-based Activities Empowering Energising Engagement Enthusiasm Excellence & Vocational Attributes Build Trust Self Esteem Family Feel High Morale Team Spirit

23 Applied Lifelong Learning (ALL) – Coach 10 Face To Face VIRTUALVIRTUAL Formal Course/ Workshop MentoringCommunity of Practice Informal Non-Formal Process by which the assimilation of coaching knowledge, skill and competence contributes to the development of overall acumen on the basis that the core conceptual constructs – as espoused in the Coach 10 Model – have universal application

24 In 2013…  “Commence with the end in mind.” “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Stephen Covey  The constructs of Motivation & Vocational Attributes will backbone a standards framework for validating and accrediting Coaching Qualifications and will also provide the title for the foremost Coaching Qualification at grassroots level i.e. the MVA Qualification.

25 In 2022…  That all coaches will aspire to attain the MVA Qualification i.e. the coaching qualification, which validates that a coach can combine Motivation and Vocational inputs to create a series of Attributes, which inspire players to achieve their full individual and collective potential and, by so doing, to experience a sense of Total Playing Performance (TPP).

26 Aligning Coach 10 with the EQF  In the process of developing Courses/Workshops, Communities of Practice, Mentoring Programmes as part of the Coach 10 Model – in conjunction with pilot partners;  Currently exploring the best accreditation models for the MVA Qualification but are planning to develop a tiered qualification structure on the EQF.

27  The tiered qualification structure will provide coaches with the opportunity to apply their formal learning, and their informal and non-formal prior experiential learning in order to achieve as many modules as possible (through an RPL/APEL process) with continuous topping-up opportunities. Aligning Coach 10 with the EQF

28  It is not possible to develop a qualification based upon knowledge, know-how, skill and competency without a set of conceptual constructs that promote Applied Lifelong Learning (ALL).  Coach 10 provides the conceptual constructs around which a qualification aligned to the Irish NQF and EQF can be developed. Challenge & Opportunity

29 We ALL engage in ALL for the benefit of ALL Final Reflection


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