FAI Coach Education Conference concludes in IT Carlow
150 coaches from men's and women's teams around the country attended the two-day Conference, which was organised by the FAI's Coach Education Department.
Saturday's sessions began with a presentation from Pauw on her time with the Women's National Team, before Connor brought the coaches on the IT Carlow pitches for a practical session before his spoke to the coaches about Ireland's EURO 2020 campaign so far
The FAI's High Performance Analyst Ger Dunne presented on the video analysis that goes into a campaign, and how international teams can plan for future games.
Under-21 manager Stephen Kenny gave a passionate presentation on his time with the side so far, before Under-18 Head Coach Andy Reid took part in a Q&A session on his coaching philosophy and his playing career.
Day 1 concluded with a presentation from Dundalk manager and Pro Licence student Vinny Perth on his first season in charge of the SSE Airtricity League champions.
Sunday's sessions started with a presentation and practical session from Celtic coach and Pro Licence student Damien Duff. The former Ireland international took the coaches for a practical session and spoke about his coaching career so far.
2019 FAI Club of the Year Colemanstown United gave a presentation on how their coaches work at the Galway club, and how grassroots clubs can improve both on and off the field.
Ireland Under-19 Head Coach Tom Mohan and Under-17 Head Coach Colin O'Brien took part in a Q&A session about their seasons so far and coaching of an international team.
The Conference concluded with a presentation from Alan Irvine. The Scottish manager presented to the crowd on the preparation required of working at a Premier League team. Irvine had previously worked at the likes of Everton, West Bromwich Albion, Norwich City and West Ham United.