Applications are invited for positions as Coaches for the Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps 2022. Camps will be running in Waterford from 4th July-26th August in Juvenile clubs across the county subject to GAA/Government guidelines.
Applicants must have current or previous coaching experience in a club, school or county development squad. Evidence of current coaching role may be required. Coaches will be required to coach both Hurling and Gaelic Football to children aged 6-13 in camps.
The following are the minimum criteria that all coaches must have before they will be considered for a position. Under no circumstances can we offer coach positions to coaches who do not meet the coaching qualification criteria.
• Be 18 years of age by 1st July 2022 (Applications may be considered for those who are 17 as Assistant Coaches depending on number of coaches required)
• Minimum GAA Foundation Coaching Course completed. Courses will be run in clubs in March/April 2022.
• GAA Garda Vetting Reference Number. Vetting number must be supplied. If not completed please log onto https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-welfare-and-protection/vetting to get vetting completed
• GAA Safeguarding (Child Welfare) Certificate Number must be supplied. If not completed at time of application must be completed prior to start of Cúl Camps. We will have 1 Safeguarding workshop during Easter holidays in April.
Training for all coaches will take place prior to the commencement of Cúl Camps and will be mandatory to attend. Training will likely be a mix of online and face to face