TThe Army Rugby Union (ARU) is committed to improving the standard of rugby at all levels of the game, from grass roots Community Rugby to the Representative teams. Key to this is the development of skills and tactics through effective, imaginative and demanding training. Qualified coaches are vital to the future of Army Rugby. No matter what your level of playing or coaching experience, there is something for you on a coaching course run by the ARU. RFU course programme can be found: http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/courses/search/#/search?id=&c
The Level 3 Programme in Coaching Rugby Union has been developed in line with UK Coaching Certificate criteria. Applications for the 2016/17 UKCC Level 3 in Coaching Rugby Union Course are available at http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/coaches/ukcc-level-3-and-level-4/
Coaches within the Army Rugby Union wishing to apply for the course should use the link above to find more details, please note the prerequisites required for this course and the associated timelines.
Coaches currently delivering or aspiring to coach with Army representative teams may be eligible to receive financial support to complete the qualification.
For information about support and financing this qualification coaches should contact the Chair of Army Coaching, Captain Richard Garrett – or – Posted 05 Jan 15
A new article has been released by the International Rugby Board regarding the approach and stance on concussions, you can read the whole article here A proactive stance on concussion – IRB.com
Coaching Notices and Articles
TThe ARU Coaching Seven’s Continual Professional Development event this year is to be delivered by the RFU and held at the Rugby Stadium on Queens Avenue, Aldershot, Thursday 14 April 2016. Email the RDO for a place at this event.
For the itinerary please click here.
|Scrum Engagement – Players, Coaches and Referee Update August 2013
Scrum Engagement – Players, Coaches and Referee Update August 2013 (download in PDF).
New requests through the Area Training Officers (ATO).
Click here for contact information (download in PDF).
|IRB New Laws Trial information
Documentation of the new IRB Laws that will be on trial this season
Click here for more information (download in PDF format 385kb).
|UKCC Coaching Structure 2012
The Tri-Nation Coaching structure for Rugby Union has undergone a review process and this short letter is to inform you of the relevant changes.
Download more information in a Word DOC.
Posted: 2nd March 2011
Calling notice for all Army Rugby Coaches
All qualified ARU Coaches should log onto the GMS rugby database https://gms.rfu.com/GMS/Home/Dashboard and ensure their details are correct.
Chairman of Army Coaching
Captain Richard Garrett
Rugby Development Officer
Mr MJ Bamsey (Michael)
Corps Coaching Co-Ordinators (CCC)
RA – Tim Nelson
RE – Andrew Gill
REME – Burnie Burnard
RLC – Dean Hammett
R Sigs – Symon Hopkins
Inf – Darren Pridmore
AGC – Andy Jackson
AMS – Steve Whelan
AAC – Al Adamson
RAC – Mick Lillie
RAPTC – Gareth Slade-Jones
Int Corps – Mike Connaughton