Important Contacts


Club Children’s Officer Annmarie Rossiter 0894755187
Club DLP Lynn Flood 0838782803
County Children’s Officer Des Croke
National Children’s Officer  Gearóid Ó Maoilmhichíl


Club Coaches


There are 3 parts to becoming a qualified GAA coach.


  1. Complete GAA Garda Vetting
  2. Complete Child Protection Safeguarding1 Course
  3. Complete Foundation Award Coaching Course


  1. GAA Garda Vetting

Click on the link below and follow the step-by-step instructions. It takes about 1 month to get the vetting form back from GAA/Garda.


Vetting (


2. Child Protection Safeguarding 

Child Safeguarding Training is highlighted in Children First as being mandatory and is required for the level of child safeguarding engagement one has in the Association.

Online Safeguarding 1 Refresher
The Gaelic Athletic Association recently developed an Online Safeguarding 1 Refresher programme for those who previously attended a face to face Safeguarding 1 workshop. This programme can only be completed if you have attended a face to face Safeguarding 1 workshop within the last three years.

The online refresher may also be availed of by those who have attended relevant safeguarding training with other sports NGBs or Local LSPs.

You can avail of the Online Safeguarding 1 Refresher here.

3. Foundation Award Coaching Course


Please contact Club DLP Lynn Flood 0838782803


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