Level 200 Course Description
*Level 200 will be the minimum certification requirement for all coaches of contact teams starting on 8/31/2013
What time is the course?
We ask the participants show up to the course around 7:30 am so we may start the course promptly at 8:00 am. The course runs until about 5:00 pm
What is this course?
This workshop is aligned with the ARM (American Rugby Model) designed to continue the learning process and education of a coach with a focus on the progressive implementation. The new coaching structure focuses on coaching the right thing at the right time with the best interest of the players at hand.
The level 200 courses consist of a required prerequisite online session and a 1-day in person workshop. The shift in theory in the new course gets coaches on the field with ample opportunity to put into practice there coaching style and technical application.
This course is aligned with the NFHS (National High School Federation), interscholastic coach certification and is required at a minimum for every USAR registered coach teaching the contact game.
The goal of this workshop is for coaches to refine their coaching skills and knowledge with a focus on teaching the technical aspects of the game through the use of games, questioning and progression.
Throughout the workshop coaches will not only get hands on experience but participant in continuous feedback, evaluation and a peer review processes aimed at improving and creating more well rounded coaching approach.
Who should be at this level?
-Any coach of a contact team should complete this course as the minimum requirement for coaching.
-USA Rugby recommends that a Level 200 Certification is appropriate for all youth contact and high school level coaches.
What do I have to do to complete this level?
-Complete the Level 100 IRB Rugby Ready (click here)
-Complete the Level 200 online pre-course work (Click here)
-Attend the 1 day in person Level 200 clinic