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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Do you want to become a coach?

Several of you did the "Play Rugby" course last season, and a fair few also did the refereeing course. Would any of you like to take the next step and undertake the Level 1 coaching course?

This is a two day course - and is really worth doing, not only so that you could help develop younger players, but it might even help you get the odd bit of paid employment (I speak from experience here!). There is some funding available via Herts/RFUW (but it is limited!), and also through the club, so you would not have to pay anything - the only requirement is that you need to be aged at least 16 on the first day of the course you go on.

Do not worry about course dates at this stage - the important thing is that you let me know that you want to do the training so that we can put you forward for the Herts/RFUW grant (before it all goes). We can then worry about the where and whens of the actual course once we know who wants to go on it.

In addition, anyone who got a Level 1 last season (Katie?) might also like to think about Level 2 for which there is oodles of cash around as thus far only one person in Herts has applied for Level 2 funding. However, this is a more time-consuming course so you should consider other time commitments you may have before putting your name forward.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:18 PM

    he its hayley, yeah i do want to do the coaching course, whn is it? and wht do i need to do? let me know xxx


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