Rebel Óg Coaching Webinar Wednesday

This Wednesday we will be launching our weekly webinar series for Rebel Óg Coaching.
This week we will be speaking to Cork GAA GDA James McCarthy, who has vast experience as Football coach. Having coached Castlehaven to county senior championship and a coach for the Cork minor footballers the past 3 years, James has a wealth of knowledge on the game. James will be speaking about maximising the value of the warm up and getting the most from it.
The webinar will be suitable for Hurling coaches also as the content is more about applying framework than specific skills.
To join us this Wednesday, see the code and password below.
Rebel Óg Coaching is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Maximising the value of the warm up
Time: Apr 1, 2020 8:00 PM
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 684 316 291
Password: 022140

Coaching Q and A Session

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.

The sessions will be along two separate formats. Every Tuesday there will be a live Questions and Answers session with a coach. Any participants in the Q and A will have an opportunity to view the coach delivering a session from the GAA Games Development Conference over the last couple of years and submit their questions via twitter for the coach to answer live.

Every Thursday there will be a live webinar presented by a coach or coach developer. The webinar will be a 30 minute presentation followed by a live Q and A with the presenter.

The national GAA Coaching & Games Department host the first Coach Q and A session on Tuesday evening, March 31st at 7.30pm (Irish time). For the Q and A sessions, we are asking coaches to review some materials in advance.

Topic: Q and A Session with Paudie Butler

Paudie delivered a presentation at the 2017 GAA Games Development Conference entitled ‘Values Omptimise Potential’ which provided an insight into his latest thinking on coaching and being a coach. All participants are encouraged to review this presentation and to submit their questions to Paudie using the form above. To access the presentation, visit the 2017 Games Development Conference page at

Presenter: Paudie Butler

Paudie Butler is a GAA Coach and Coach Educator who has supported the development of thousands of players and coaches over the last 30 years. A native of Tipperary, Paudie represented his club Drom Inch and Tipperary at all grades. As a coach and former local Primary School principal, Paudie has been instrumental to the current success of Drom Inch. He has also played a leading part with Tipperary teams of all age groups. As a Coach Educator, Paudie is perhaps the most recognisable Coach Educator in the GAA. He has been at the forefront of developments in the GAA formal coach education programme, having represented Munster on the national Coach Education committees. The inaugural Hurling Development Manager for the GAA, Paudie supported the development of Hurling across the Association.

Registering Your Interest

To express your interest in being part of the Q and A session, please complete the form on the GAA Learning webpage –

Please note that we are using Microsoft Teams to host the event. You can access Teams through your web browser, or you can download the Teams application onto your device.

On Wednesday 1st April at 8pm, Rebel Og Coaching will host a webinar with GDA’s Colm Crowley and James McCarthy on games based warm ups and session design in football. Details will be available on Monday with regard to accessing the interactive content.

Teams – Office 365

See below a basic user guide to get set up on Microsoft Teams . Everyone with a GAA 365 account has Microsoft Teams.
This is a great platform to host Video or conference meetings . Once you get it set up you can share and collaborate and share documents etc and will meet with all data protection requirements etc.
The meeting invite can be sent to anyone so anyone can join the meeting.