For Club Officials

For Club Officials

Rugby volunteers are the lifeblood of our game and our community, clubs depend on volunteers to make all aspects of the game possible.

Whatever your skills or time commitments, there’s a role for you at your local rugby club whether that’s helping with programme sales or organising events at the club.

Thinking about how you want to benefit from volunteering is a good start to finding an opportunity that's right for you.

  • Gain confidence by trying something new
  • Make a difference at the club and your local community
  • Meet new people and be part of a community
  • Learn new skills and gain work experience
  • Have fun
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First Aider

Every club and team need a qualified first aider, it is a vital role in a contact sport. The outcome of many injuries can often be improved by very simple first aid skills until emergency help arrives. The World Rugby First Aid in Rugby Level 1 course is the first step to getting involved

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Team Manager

If you’re organised and have a passion for the game, then being a Team Manager might be for you. Team managers support the coaches to ensure the on and off-field aspects of the team are in order and well communicated. The best way to get involved is to contact your local club.

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Social Media/ Marketing Officer

Looking for work experience in marketing and social media? Your local rugby club might be the place for you. Sharing club news, creating engaging content and keeping supporters up to date is an important part of the business, with many clubs looking for volunteers for the coming season.The best way to get involved is to contact your local club

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Club Committee member

Great clubs attract and retain excellent people in a range of roles and are committed to developing them. There are a variety of roles within a club committee, from president through to social convenor.

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The development of volunteers is central to the growth and improvement of rugby in Scotland. Scottish Rugby's Training and Education team are commited to offering world-class opportunities through qualifications, workshops, conferences and online learning. Explore opportunties available to rugby club volunteers below.

Additionally, you can visit our Support for Clubs area to find funding opportunities, initiatives and resources to help you in your role at your rugby club.

Can't find what you are looking for? Find out all the events, courses and fixtures by using the Clubs & Schools Calendar.

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