Below is an outline of each qualification (current or proposed) within the coach education model relating to coaching children rugby union. A key change in approach is the integration of refereeing content into a number of qualifications, notably the entry level courses.
Working with Children in Rugby Union is a rewarding experience, and this qualification course offers guidance on developing the whole child through the game. It will qualify you to coach and referee (game coaching) children in Rugby Union; through your work you will be better able to develop core skills and core values in young players in an active, purposeful, enjoyable and safe environment.
On completion coaches will be able to:-
This course is organised by approved coaching centres and delivered by Scottish Rugby accredited coach educators. It will last approximately 21 hours (16 hours on course, 5 hours home study) and coaches must attend all three days to receive the final qualification
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.
Course Cost: £50
This new course acts as a progression for UKCC Level 1 qualified coaches, who work with players between P3-P7. It is aimed at lead coaches within mini rugby, and those who are responsible for leading and managing rugby programmes at their club or school (minimum 2 years experience).
The Coaching Mini Rugby (Advanced) course is designed to develop expertise in coaching mini rugby through the understanding and implementation of current coaching theory around coaching children. Through your work you will develop planning and delivery skills, as well as game coaching, game sense and dual goal coaching abilities to ensure players learn in an active, purposeful, enjoyable and safe environment.
Please contact Claire Scott, Coach Development Administrator (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel:0131 346 5167; 07773 082924) should you have any questions.