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The next SHPRC online seminar will be presented by Dr Eamonn Flanagan (Institute of Sport), on “Principles of Strength +Conditioning with interactive Q & A”, on Wednesday 18th of May, at 8.00pm.  Topics and Questions can be suggested to Eamonn by clicking on this link https://forms.gle/Bo9WZUPSKGe3ogu77

Dr. Eamonn Flanagan –

Eamonn Flanagan is the lead Strength & Conditioning Consultant with the Sport Ireland Institute where he manages the S&C support to Ireland’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Amongst other areas of expertise, Eamonn is a leading coach in both the science and practice of jump training and plyometrics. He has a PhD. in Sports Biomechanics and previously worked in professional rugby over a decade, working with Scottish Rugby Union, Edinburgh Rugby, and the Irish Rugby Football Union.

Register for free by emailing Rhoda.Sohun@ul.ie

Any queries please contact – Gerry Farrell Head of Coach Education at coacheducation@rowingireland.ie

We are delighted to announce that Rowing Ireland has been shortlisted for a prestigious award in Sports Technology, in the category of ‘Best Digital Technology’ alongside world-class organisations such as Chelsea FC, PlayMoreGolf and others.

With support from Sport Ireland, we responded to the COVID 19 impact on Coach Education through the development of an online cohort-based learning program. This enabled us to transform and standardise learning materials, and leverage new technologies in digital communication and online learning to increase knowledge transfer and learning outcomes.

Throughout the pandemic, even during the lockdowns, our Coach Education program thrived. We trained more volunteer coaches, to a higher and more consistent standard. Our program was more inclusive, diverse, and engaging than ever before.

We would like to thank our digital innovation partners at Inkvine, the Sports Technology Awards group and all of the rowing community who put so much of their time and effort into transforming our Coach Education Program.

Introduction to Coaching Course, Belfast.

Rowing Ireland is running an Introduction to Coaching course in Belfast on Sunday, 19 December 2021 from 9:30 to 5:00PM.

This course is now fully booked.

If you want to attend a course in the future, please fill out the registration form here and we will be in touch: https://www.rowingireland.ie/supporting-our-clubs/coach-education/virtual-coach-education/

If you have a question, please email coacheducation@rowingireland.ie

Clubs are opening up again. Summer and the Olympics are on the way. Is your club ready to handle the rush of learn to row inquiries?

Our Introduction to Coaching Course is ideal for parents and rowers who want to help as assistant coaches. We are running courses throughout May and June so sign up now and help your club over the Summer rush.

Coach education Registration Form

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