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Technical content

Within this section, you will find some useful content which will improve your technical knowledge and build upon your 'how' to coach skills.

In the

Six stages to Rugby

module, you will find a number of games which you can use in your coaching sessions for all standards of player.


Coaching children


Coaching in schools

modules offer excellent advice when you are coaching younger players, the latter in often unfamiliar surroundings.

You will discover the four main coaching styles within the

Coaching styles

module and the

Tactics of Sevens

supplies reference material about the increasingly popular Sevens format of the Game.

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