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  • International Carding Scheme - The Irish Sports Council
    Expert Advisory Services HR Expert Advisory Services Capability Building OD Change Interventions Education Learning Development Latest News Contact us Participation European Week Of Sport The Great Dublin Bike Ride Local Sports Partnerships Community Coaching Programme About LSPs LSP Contact Finder SPEAK Report Active Leadership Buntus Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Manual Code of Ethics Events National Children Officers Code Of Ethics App References Garda Vetting Downloads Get Ireland Active Go for Life Link2BActive Operation Transformation Sports Inclusion SIDO Contacts Women in Sport Bring Back Play Active School Flag Research Keeping Them in the Game 2013 Irish Sports Monitor Annual Report 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor The Irish Sports Monitor 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor 2011 The Irish Sports Monitor 2009 The Irish Sports Monitor 2008 The Irish Sports Monitor 2007 Sportfolio Swimming Sport for Older People Go for Life 2011 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2009 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2007 Regional Participation Clare Limerick PDF Cork PDF Louth Meath PDF Mayo Sligo PDF Midlands PDF South Dublin PDF Tipperary PDF Wexford Wicklow PDF Childrens Sports Participation and Physical Activity Study CSPPA Study Report 2010 CSPPA Study Report 2011 Physical Education Physical Activity and Youth Sport Proceedings of First PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Second PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Third PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fourth PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fifth PE PAYS Forum Mass Participation Sporting Events 2010 Economic Impact of Sport 2010 Women s Mini Marathon Report 2009 Ballpark Figures 2008 Sporting Lives An Analysis of a Lifetime of Irish 2008 Central Statistics Office Quarterly National Household Survey 2007 Sport Social Disadvantage 2007 Social Economic Value 2005 School Children Sport 2005 Sports Participation Health Among Adults 2004 Adolescent Lifestyle 2013 Sitemap Accessibility Data Protection Copyright Terms and Conditions Re use of Public Sector Information Changing the Game Operation Transformation Sports Athlete Whereabouts Governance Code of Ethics Women In Sport Media About Us National Trails Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Home High Performance High Performance Unit International Carding Scheme International Carding Scheme The International Carding Scheme has since its introduction in 1998 been a central part of the high performance system in Ireland Notwithstanding some significant amendments notably in 2005 and 2010 it has remained a constant pillar of the system and following the London Games it was considered timely to review its impact and future role Knight Kavanagh Page KKP Management Consultants were contracted to deliver this review and it has produced a final report and recommendations on future development The key recommendations identified in the report are that Support for the production of elite athletes at Olympic Paralympic level will be a more explicit aim of the scheme Criteria will be simplified with a stronger emphasis on Olympic and Paralympic performance Direct funding to athletes will be retained however this will wherever feasible be delivered and administered via the performance plan of the NGB On a phased basis targeted NGBs

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/High_Performance/High_Performance_Unit/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Performance Planning - The Irish Sports Council
    Service Provider Panels Multi disciplinary Teamwork Professional Quality Assurance Programme Service Provider Trainee Scheme Who We Are Partners Irish Sports Council Olympic Council of Ireland Paralympics Ireland Sports Institute of Northern Ireland Coaching Ireland Commercial Latest News Videos Podcasts Publications Annual Review 2014 Annual Review 2012 Annual Review 2009 2011 Contact Us OD Change Organisational Capability Building OCB Strategy Learning Support Services Volunteer Training L D Courses Workshops and Seminars Systems Support Services Employee Handbook Policy Development Learning Needs Analysis Performance Management Advisory Support Services Executive Coaching Psychometric Behavioural Assessments Facilitation Workplace Mediation Expert Advisory Services HR Expert Advisory Services Capability Building OD Change Interventions Education Learning Development Latest News Contact us Participation European Week Of Sport The Great Dublin Bike Ride Local Sports Partnerships Community Coaching Programme About LSPs LSP Contact Finder SPEAK Report Active Leadership Buntus Code of Ethics Code of Ethics Manual Code of Ethics Events National Children Officers Code Of Ethics App References Garda Vetting Downloads Get Ireland Active Go for Life Link2BActive Operation Transformation Sports Inclusion SIDO Contacts Women in Sport Bring Back Play Active School Flag Research Keeping Them in the Game 2013 Irish Sports Monitor Annual Report 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor The Irish Sports Monitor 2013 The Irish Sports Monitor 2011 The Irish Sports Monitor 2009 The Irish Sports Monitor 2008 The Irish Sports Monitor 2007 Sportfolio Swimming Sport for Older People Go for Life 2011 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2009 Physical Activity and Sport Among Older People 2007 Regional Participation Clare Limerick PDF Cork PDF Louth Meath PDF Mayo Sligo PDF Midlands PDF South Dublin PDF Tipperary PDF Wexford Wicklow PDF Childrens Sports Participation and Physical Activity Study CSPPA Study Report 2010 CSPPA Study Report 2011 Physical Education Physical Activity and Youth Sport Proceedings of First PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Second PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Third PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fourth PE PAYS Forum Proceedings of Fifth PE PAYS Forum Mass Participation Sporting Events 2010 Economic Impact of Sport 2010 Women s Mini Marathon Report 2009 Ballpark Figures 2008 Sporting Lives An Analysis of a Lifetime of Irish 2008 Central Statistics Office Quarterly National Household Survey 2007 Sport Social Disadvantage 2007 Social Economic Value 2005 School Children Sport 2005 Sports Participation Health Among Adults 2004 Adolescent Lifestyle 2013 Sitemap Accessibility Data Protection Copyright Terms and Conditions Re use of Public Sector Information Changing the Game Operation Transformation Sports Athlete Whereabouts Governance Code of Ethics Women In Sport Media About Us National Trails Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Home High Performance High Performance Unit Performance Planning Performance Planning Performance Planning is the mechanism that the Irish Sports Council ISC uses to invest in High Performance National Governing Bodies of Sport Its purpose is to drive performance and development of sports and athletes in the High Performance system to achieve consistent success at the World level It enables the ISC and the Institute of Sport IIS to determine

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/High_Performance/High_Performance_Unit/Performance_Planning/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Overview - The Irish Sports Council
    Sports Zone Expertise Who We Are Latest News Publications Contact Us Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Follow Us Irish Sports Council Top Floor Block A Westend Office Park Dublin 15 Tel

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Overview/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Athlete Zone - The Irish Sports Council
    Zone Education Support Career Support Athlete Performance Transition Programme Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning Performance Science Performance Medicine Performance Nutrition Sports Nutrition Supplements Smoothie Recipes Coach Zone Sports Zone Expertise Who We Are Latest News Publications Contact Us Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Follow Us Irish Sports Council Top Floor Block A Westend Office Park Dublin 15 Tel 353 1 8608800

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Athlete_Zone/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Education Support - The Irish Sports Council
    Athlete Zone Education Support Career Support Athlete Performance Transition Programme Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning Performance Science Performance Medicine Performance Nutrition Sports Nutrition Supplements Smoothie Recipes Coach Zone Sports Zone Expertise Who We Are Latest News Publications Contact Us Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Follow Us Irish Sports Council Top Floor Block A Westend Office Park Dublin 15 Tel 353 1

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Athlete_Zone/Education_Support/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Performance Transition - The Irish Sports Council
    of qualification competing and returning from the Games It is built on the idea that the Olympic year is one of constant transition and that those athletes that manage transition experiences most effectively will deliver their best performance at the Games and have a more positive experience To deliver this support the Performance Lifeskills and Planning team together with our counterparts in the Sports Institute Northern Ireland gathered information about the challenges facing athletes on the road to London assessing the support services around them identifyied their planning needs and their plans for life after the Games Based on this analysis we worked in partnership with the Performance Directors of each sport to identify the priority interventions that needed to be delivered to best support athletes to qualify and perform at the Games In addition the Institute provided a briefing to the medical team of the Olympic Council to ensure seamless support to the Olympic athletes The Institute and Paralympics Ireland worked in close partnership to deliver the Paralympic Athlete Performance Transition Programme and identified some critical issues to be addressed For example the profiling exercise identified that of 20 potential Paralympians in full time training 7 had no plan

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Athlete_Zone/Athlete_Performance_Transition_Programme/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning - The Irish Sports Council
    Support Programme Athlete Zone Education Support Career Support Athlete Performance Transition Programme Lifestyle Support and Personal Planning Performance Science Performance Medicine Performance Nutrition Sports Nutrition Supplements Smoothie Recipes Coach Zone Sports Zone Expertise Who We Are Latest News Publications Contact Us Home Anti Doping Coaching Ireland Governing Bodies High Performance Institute OD Change Participation Research Follow Us Irish Sports Council Top Floor Block A Westend Office Park Dublin 15 Tel

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Athlete_Zone/Lifestyle_Support_and_Personal_Planning/ (2016-01-06)
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  • Performance Nutrition - The Irish Sports Council
    for most athletes is high especially when the training load is high The most important nutrient for exercising muscles is carbohydrates however it remains difficult to persuade athletes that this is the case given the amount of information there is in the public and sports media Even highly trained athletes will only have enough stores to last up to 70 minutes of medium intensity exercise The key issue for athletes is to develop easy to follow eating and drinking plans that will suit their own specific training requirements meet requirements for all nutrients take account of the individual needs of sports such as weight gain or loss suit lifestyle and promote good health For most athletes the key to success with athletes is finding a simple strategy that suits the way they live their lives and to encourage when possible changes that will benefit performance but also provide them with life skills so the incorporation of the message into practical sessions such as shopping and cooking allow athletes to see how easy the message is Most of the nutrition support work takes place within multidisciplinary teams at the Institute Whilst this poses some challenges we work hard to develop fully

    Original URL path: https://www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Institute/Athlete_Zone/Performance_Nutrition/ (2016-01-06)
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