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The end of a level 1 rugby coaching course by David Clarke
March 2, 2009, 9:03 am
Filed under: Dan Cottrell, Rugby Coaching | Tags: , , ,

The end of a coaching course is a new coaching dawn for many coaches. They come out of the course invigorated and ready for action.

And so they should.

The level 1 course is a must for any aspiring coach whether they have played international rugby or just put on their tracksuit for the first time to coach their child’s team.

I have just finished tutoring a course in South West Wales. I had six coaches in my group, all with a huge variety of backgrounds and ages. There was no variety in effort and enthusiasm though. It was, as it always is, refreshing to have such a positive attitude to learning, self-improvement and problem solving.

I was being assessed as well. All the “coach educators” are internally verified to help us deliver more effectively.

If anyone is venturing onto a level one course in the next few weeks, here are a few top tips beforehand:
1. Get plenty of sleep – they are long days, though they fly by.
2. Don’t worry about your rugby background.
3. Get stuck in to all the activities – push yourself, challenge yourself.
4. Be prepared to change your way of thinking.

Better Rugby Coaching

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