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IRB Coach Education

The IRB Training & Education Portfolio

Coaching is a crucial area of the IRB Training Portfolio. On this site, you'll find help with the planning aspects of IRB Coaching Courses and levels 1-3.

Level 1 - Introducing Rugby

Deliver aspects of coaching sessions under direction

For a coach of a group of players working under the guidance of a head coach, coaching co-ordinator or Union scheme

Level 2 - Developing Rugby Skills

Plan, deliver and review coaching sessions

For a coach of a group or team of players, e.g., club youth coach, club coach, teacher, representative coach, talent development coach

Level 3 - Analysis and Preparation for Coaches

Plan, implement, analyse and revise annual coaching programmes

For the head coach of an adult team, school, club youth section or programme, or age grade representative coach