FIFA TV youtube channel have launched World Cup At Home – 30 classic full-length World Cup matches. Also included are Classic World Cup Stories and a variety of highlights from both men and women’s past World Cups. A great place to get your Football Fix!
Check out some Classic matches from past Euros and Champions Leagues on UEFA TV
Just create an account for free and you’re good to go!
Colouring in Sheets
Irish FA Resources
Irish FA Foundation Online Resources
Resources including coaching manuals, skills challenges, recipes, mental health advice and classroom activities.
A Wee Football Chat
A Wee Football Chat is aimed at tackling social isolation during the current coronavirus crisis.
Many people in Northern Ireland who live alone, or elderly couples who are socially isolated, often use football as a means to get out and about and to socialise.
A Wee Football Chat will pair socially isolated people with volunteers so they can chat about football over the phone.
The campaign is an extension of the popular tours provided at the Irish FA Education and Heritage Centre at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park.
Inspire Sports Hub
The Inspire Sports Hub provides the right help, right now, giving you instant access to a range of information, guidance and screening that is tailored specifically to help care for your individual wellbeing needs.
The hub will help you to create a bespoke wellbeing care-plan, as well as giving guidance on appropriate support and intervention through guided self-assessment.
Innovative tools and resources. The hub comprises a number of resources, including:
- Guided self-assessment via ‘Chatbot’
- Self-help programmes and digital intervention tools
- Searchable ‘5 ways to wellbeing’ map
- Wellbeing information library and Bibliotherapy
Whether you’re looking for some advice or need a little more direction, visit the hub and start your wellbeing journey today.
NiDirect Online Training Support
Economy Minister announces details of free online courses for furloughed workers
Economy Minister Diane Dodds today launched a new learning resource for furloughed workers and others who have lost their job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department for the Economy has partnered with the Open University (OU) to offer a range of free training courses to help people across Northern Ireland improve their skills and wellbeing.
The OU courses cover digital skills, employability and essential skills. The options include digital literacy, cybersecurity, entrepreneurship, leadership, communication, maths and English.
Information is also provided on other free courses available online through Northern Ireland’s other universities and colleges and a range of other providers.
Minister Dodds said: “These courses are free for everyone and provide an opportunity for individuals to use their time at home to prepare for the future.
“Improving the digital skills of our workforce will also enhance our competitiveness and increase productivity in the long term.”
Information on all of the courses available can be accessed HERE
The department’s careers advisers can also provide advice and guidance on courses and job opportunities.