New Mentor, New Team Managers etc
Juvenile Games Meeting
The Juvenile Games meeting is held every second Thursday and a representative from every Juvenile team should attend. For further details or to confirm the date of the next meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a new mentor on a team then you must complete a Garda Vetting if you were previously vetted by another sport unfortunately this is not transferrable and a new vetting application should be completed. It is now an offence to work with any child up to age of 18 without Garda Vetting, once obtained, it lasts for 5 years - onus on person to be aware of expiry date. GAA vetting is done online - E -Vetting , google GAA Vetting - (this will bring you to the link on how to complete from) click on E Vetting ID Form, scan documents for step 2 - 2 forms of id (one with photo), proceed to step 3 processing takes approximately 3 weeks
N.B parental consent form needs to be completed for juveniles wishing to be vetted from the ages 16 - 18 - all juveniles working with teams or summer camps need to be vetted any questions contact Niamh O'Brien, Children's Officer 087 2209751, email email@example.com.
In submitting this form you should also request a slot on the next available running of the Code of Best Practice course. This is now a legal requirement for all adults working with juveniles in sport.
Note that you should always operate under the supervision of an already vetted mentor until you receive your vetting confirmation letter. You should provide the clubs Cilld protection Officer with a copy of that letter ASAP.
New lead mentors should provide the Child Protection Officer a completed Team Mentor List should there be any change in the makeup of mentors.
The Team Mentor List can be downloaded by clicking here. Cummann Na Sairsealaigh Leamhc aÌin_mentor-helper list_oct.docx
Remote Training Sessions during Covid-19
Running Your Team
The Code of Best Practice is a course you should have already completed, but as a refresher the core document should be downloaded, printed and kept with your team documentation.
The Code Of Best Practice is available to download by clicking here.
Team equipment can be ordered by completing the form below. The form should be brought to the Games meeting for signing.. Do not order equipment yourself and attempt to claim refunds through team expenses as this cannot be facilitated.
This form should also be used for first aid supplies and present at next games meeting for the attention of Frank Flemming.
Team equipment Order form is available Team equipment order form_rev oct 2016.docx
Prior to encountering a player injury, you should already be familiar with the guidelines. Please do not leave it until the event occurs before enquiring what to do.
The Player Injury Guidelines are available to download by clicking links below
If an injury or accident occurs, use the following form, and forward to the Senior or Juvenile Secretary Lucan Sarsfields Incident-Accident Reporting Form.docx
Every team should have a completed medical consent form for each player on their team. These forms may be necessary of a player is injured and a parent/guardian is not available in person.
The Medical Consent Form is available to download by clicking here.
The Club has produced one overarching document on Child Protection Guidelines. It illustrated why many requirements such as Garda Vetting are required.
The Child Protection Guidelines are available for download by clicking child protection guidelines revision May 2016.pdf.
Many teams will arrange away trips requiring long journey's or overnight trips. To help mentors in such cases the club provides a checklist.
The Away Trip Checklist is available for download by clicking here.
Expenses are often incurred by team mentors in running a team. Claims for refunds of expenses should be signed off by the juvenile secretary or chairperson before being submitted to the treasurer. Expenses policy document Proposed Expenses Doc 2017.doc
The Expenses Claim Form is available to download by clicking Expenses Claim Form 2015 June 1.docx.
As a mentor you may be involved in fundraising activities within the club. To help and guide you the club has an active policy on "Handling of Funds from Lucan Sarsfields Fundraisers".
The Policy is available to download by clicking here.
Additional coaching resources are available here.
Current AWP Training schedule is here
Adult Men's Championship regrading forms below
The club Juvenile Secretary must be advised of an injury ASAP (within 30 days), failure to do so may invalidate any subsequent claim.
All codes provide distinct advice/information on medical injury and claims processes.
Camogie Insurance Information is available by clicking here.
Ladies Football Information is available by clicking here.
Camogie Insurance Claim Form can be downloaded by clicking here.
DWF Claims have been appointed as the new claims administrators for the GAA Injury Benefit Fund with effect from December 1 2019. Please note that DWF Claims will take over the handling of EXISTING claims and NEWLY reported claims. - As a result, The GAA Injury Claim Form facility is unavailable until 8/12/19.
Club Statement on Anti-Bullying AntiBullying.pdf