Coaching is one of the most crucial factors in developing, sustaining and increasing participation in rugby union, securing the future and quality of the English game.
Anybody can try and coach rugby, but to be an effective coach, you will need to fulfil a number of different roles and accept a variety of responsibilities, covering the technical, tactical, physical and mental aspects demanded by our game.
With this in mind Havant prides itself that coaching rugby/players using best practice models is seen as the best way forward to develop the game, whether that be and u7s TAG coach through to our senior 1xv coaches, coaching at National league levels. We aspire to provide the best available ……..
If you feel you have something to offer please contact Ian Dowdle the Club Coaching Coordinator (CCC) here: get into Coaching
RFU Coaching Courses
There are a range of practical and theoretical courses to cover these differing aspirations, offered in all parts of the country. For details please view all available course dates for levels 1-4. The RFU is also pioneering coach licensing and coach educator schemes throughout 2009, aiming to raise the standards of professional development in both coaches and those who train and assess them.
Coaching remains a valuable and rewarding way to get or stay involved in rugby union, and with an RFU qualification and licencing getting started as a coach is extremely straight forward.
For more information on coaching go to our Coaches Corner