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Final details for the second Endurance Coaches Network


Details for second AAI Endurance Coaches Network

The 2nd AAI Endurance Coaches Network (ECN) day is taking place on Sunday 24th April at Athlone IT. Please find attached the final timetable HERE for the day and the speaker biographies HERE. It will be based mostly in the large lecture theatre (Earl of Rosse C1164) located just inside the main door when heading for the canteen, on the right hand side. The breakout rooms are the same as the January event in B2082,B2091,B2092,B2093,B2095.


We will be based in the main building (where canteen situated) at Athlone IT on Sunday, see map here


When you arrive participants are asked to go direct to the main Lecture Theatre Earl of Rosse C1164 where you can register between 8.45am-9.15am. Please make sure you do this and give your name to the people at registration. Only those registered for the event and on our master list will be allowed entry to the Lecture Theatre.


We will be located in the following rooms:

C1164- Main Lecture Theatre

B2082,B2091,B2092,B2093,B2095- Breakout Session Rooms


It is of paramount importance that all those attending arrive on time in the morning for registration and are punctual to all presentations. We must respect those presenting and having people arrive late into rooms is very disruptive. Please be seated 5 mins before the start time of each presentation in the correct room. Again we appreciate your support with this.

What to Bring

Coaches can wear anything they wish and may want to bring a pen & paper with them for any notes they wish to take.


There will be tea/coffee/biscuits served on 3 occasions during the day and at lunch people are asked to bring their own food as the canteen is closed on Sundays. There are places to eat next to the college by the Creggan court hotel should you wish to eat there.


Anybody looking for accommodation for the Saturday night we recommend the Creggan Court Hotel located just up the road from the college HERE.


Members of the public visiting AIT for education or recreational purposes are advised to use the underground car park situated underneath the AIT International Arena.  This is within 100m of the main building. The cost of this is €3 per day per car, payable at the entrance barrier.  Clamping is employed by AIT in the main campus areas.  Your car will be clamped if it does not have a valid ticket or pass.

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