“Intelligence is the ability to adapt appropriately to change”
The 2019 Rend Coaches Clinic will be held at Colaiste Éanna on Saturday, July 27th, and is set to be a fantastic insight into coaching by a number of brilliant guest speakers including Erin Bracken, Ciarán Dunne, Patrick O’Neill and Paul Cummins.
Topics include Building a Competitive Culture, Leadership Development, Replacing Drills with Small Sided Games and Building a National Cup Championship Team.
The upcoming clinic is the first clinic to come under the new Basketball Ireland endorsement system, which means that any coaches who attend the event and sign in on the day will be eligible to receive CPD (Continued Professional Development) points towards renewing their coaching license. There will be a maximum of 25 CPD points on offer on the day. For anyone who doesn’t attend the full clinic, they will receive 7 points for each full clinician they are there for.
To book your spot at the clinic, please reserve your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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