The GAA has established a Quality Assurance Accreditation programme for performance analysts working within our games. Accreditation is based on the individual’s experience, their performance analysis competence and most importantly their ability to deliver within the context of the GAA’s values and ethos.
The aim of the programme is to support analysts volunteering their time across the country from club to county level. The GAA intends to foster a philosophy of practice and shared learning within the GAA performance analyst community which aligns with the principles and underlying values of the Coach10 Model.
2019 Application Process
- Applicants will self-certify whether they have completed an introductory or applied module and give details of the organising body, dates etc – this will be accepted at face value (within reason) for the first phase
- * An introductory module plus one additional season in role 3
- Introductory Workshop = Introductory workshop in data collection techniques and reliability or evidence of training in PA
- Applied Module = Module where students deliver PA support interventions (at least 2) to coach in a supported experiential learning environment.
- ** Full Season = Minimum 7 competitive fixtures
- Exemptions may be considered where applicants feel that they meet the role 3 or 4 descriptors through a different means than the required GAA experience.
- GAA experience is given priority
Framework for Quality Assurance Accreditation of GAA Analysts
Further Details on the Accreditation Process and more can be found on the GAALearning Website