NSW Rugby Union – Education & Training aims to improve the coaching standards across NSW. Our objective is to provide you with the relevant information and resources to assist you in your endeavours in becoming a coach in Rugby Union.
From coaching courses, accreditation's, drills/activities and employment opportunities, we hope to create an easy to navigate, up to date and comprehensive web page.
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Qualifications & Accreditations
SmartRugby – to be a coach or referee in Australia SmartRugby is the minimum qualification required
Coaching Kids – this course is to give you activities and ideas to coach younger age groups
Foundation – gives participants the basic structure to coach and officiate. To gain an ASC Level 1, you must attend a Foundation course
Development – designed for senior coaches (+U16s). To gain an ASC Level 2, you must attend a Development Coach course
Performance – designed for coaches coaching elite or semi-elite. This course is run by the ARU and is the first step to obtaining a Level 3 in Coaching
Re-Accreditation – each qualification & accreditation has an expiry date, ensure you are aware of when yours expires
Further Coach Education
FutureTahs Coaching Series – for coaches wanting to gain further knowledge and activities on how to coach the Core Skills for Rugby Union
Waratah Ways – programs for clubs to have specialise coaching for their coaches held at their own club
Advanced Coaching Seminar – for coaches looking to gain the latest in coaching methodology from a range of guest coaches and specialists in their field
Advanced Coaching Program – for Level 2 coaches who would like to obtain the necessary skills to progress through to the Performance Coaching course (Level 3)
For any enquires about NSW Rugby - Education & Training contact:
Phone: (02) 9323 3439
Players from the Sydney U18’s and NSW Country U18’s will be trialling for places in the NSWJRU U18’s representative team at Boronia Park Hunters Hill on Thursday June 21.