• iCoach Kids EU

Free online E-Learning courses and resources accessible here: https://www.icoachkids.eu/

iCoachKids centre-piece is the development of a series of three Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs to support and guarantee access to high quality coach education to all coaches around the EU and beyond.

The titles of the three courses available online are:

  • MOOC #1 Developing Effective Environments for Children in Sport
  • MOOC #2 Child & Youth Centred Coaching
  • MOOC #3 Coaching Children: Planning, Doing and Reviewing
  1. Follow the link: http://e-learning.icoachkids.eu/login/index.php
  2. Click ‘Create New Account’ to register your details
  3. ENJOY Learning!!


  • Introduction to Children First

Tusla has worked with the DCYA and HSE to develop a universal e-learning training programme called ‘Introduction to Children First’.

The programme has been written to support people of all backgrounds and experience in recognising concerns about children and reporting such concerns if they arise.



  • Safeguarding 1 Online Refresher

Sport Ireland



  • Safeguarding Guidelines during Covid- 19



  • The Axa Community Bike Rides

The AXA Community Bike Rides team have worked on developing short video clips to help those who want to improve their cycling technique. Topics covered will include strength and interval training, bike fitting and maintenance skills.


  • GAA Learning & Jigsaw- One Good Coach®

In the short term absence of f2f delivery of One Good Coach®, Jigsaw are directing local club requests to the GAA’s Learning platform where the course can be accessed: https://learning.gaa.ie/ . This does not replace the f2f delivery of One Good Coach®, but it is an alternative offering for this period of time we find ourselves in. Hopefully this workshop can be extended to other sporting organisations in the near future.


  • Basketball Ireland

Home Skills Challenges, Videos and Competitions online


  • IRFU

A new online initiative offering Irish Rugby referees the chance to further their development over the summer- starting May 26th. For more information follow the link below:


  • Together at Home

Tips on how to stay healthy and active at home


  • Women in Sport Webinar Tips

Tips on how to stay training and progressing during Covid 19



  • Time Capsule Kids Activity Book

Check out this activity pack developed by Swim Ireland that is sure to keep kids busy for a while.



  • Pelvic Floor Health and Mothers returning to Fitness

This document was developed by Athletics Ireland and Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Lorraine. This  includes: Top tips for pelvic floor muscle training, Return to Running Guidelines- Post Natal, Online Pelvic Floor Training and Pilates Programmes


  • #WePlay2020 Swim Ireland Conference

Insightful, inspiring & motivating video's will be released every Wednesday and Friday across Swim Ireland's Social media channels, starting April 22nd. The videos will include athlete panel discussions and educational pieces for athletes, coaches, parents and supporters of any age from all sports! Ireland's elite athletes from a wide range of sports including Ellen Keane, Phil Healy, Leona Maguire, Sanita Puspure, Darragh Greene, Rhys McClenaghan and many more will come together, whilst apart, on panel discussions to share their experiences and advice from their sporting journey so far, including how they are keeping healthy and active during this difficult time.



  • FAI Online Coaching skills programme

The series will run daily from Monday to Friday at 11am, with FAI prizes awarded to the best online videos posted by participants.


  • Irish Rugby

Video series of games that families can enjoy at home



  • Limerick GAA Coaching & Games

Instructional videos looking at all the basic skills of hurling and football. How to break each skill down to make them easier to perform for young hurlers and footballers

Follow @LKCoachingGames on Twitter


  • GAA Activity Packs

Lots of fun activities to keep you and your families busy over the coming weeks


  • GAA Coach Webinar Series

To help coaches through this difficult period, the GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have created a series of coach development sessions to take place over the coming weeks. The sessions will run every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm.

    • Tuesdays= Live Questions and Answers session with a coach.
    • Thursdays= Live Webinar presented by a coach or coach developer.

For more information and to register visit: https://learning.gaa.ie/gaacoachwebinar2020



  • Cycling Ireland

Tips for teaching children of all abilities how to cycle


  • Cycle Right

Resources- Posters & Videos for parents to teach children of all abilities how to check their bike before a cycle, and step by step stages of learning to cycle


  • GAA Handball

Free kids activity book available to download, complete with colouring tasks, crosswords and puzzles



  • Free Setanta College Online Short Courses

Choose from three options: Movement Development for the Child, Setanta Conditioning and World Rugby- Conditioning for Rugby



  • Munster Rugby Home Skills Programme

Rugby specific skills and drills to help you continue your training at home.

5 sessions (including video demonstrations) focusing on rugby passes, ball carry, evasion, footwork & hand-eye coordination. Ideal for anyone who wants to improve their rugby skills.