Course Cost: £35 / £100
Injuries are a part of any contact sport. Serious or life-threatening injury in Rugby is, however, rare. The outcome of many injuries can often be improved by very simple first aid skills from bystanders until emergency help arrives.
Such bystanders may be parents, club officials, coaches, referees or even other players. The World Rugby FAIR Level 1 aims to equip with some of the basic skills you may need if you ever found yourself in such a situation.
On successful completion of the course, a pitch side responder will be able to:
This course is delivered by World Rugby Medical Educators*, and will last approximately 8 hours.
*Healthcare professional or other persons on application with World Rugby Level 2 ICIR or equivalent training and the World Rugby Medical Educator accreditation.
Completion of online pre-requisites and full attendance required. This course is competence based and involves on-course appraisal. It involves both classroom and outdoor practical activities, where coaches will be expected to participate fully in all sessions.
Please contact Claire Scott, Coach Development Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org 0131 346 5167; 07773 082924) should you have any questions.