Level 1 coaching course at University of Limerick
Published 04/12/2015 | 02:30
Munster Rugby hosted an IRFU Level 1 (Stage 3) Coaching Course last weekend at the University of Limerick with 28 Munster club and school coaches in attendance.
The course included both outdoor practical coaching workshops and indoor generic modules with topics incorporating an introduction to the IRFU Long Term Player Development Pathway (LTPD) and IRFU Technical Model.
Indoor modules focused on the Role of the Coach, Management and Preparation of Practice Sessions, the Principles of Play and Strategic Team Play.
The outdoor modules included General Movement, Defense, Backplay, Individual Skills, the Benefits of Key Factor Analysis and Scrum and Lineout Development.
Participating coaches have now completed the first element of their accreditation and will continue with their assessment next week in a follow-up a link course, where they will be upskilled on Injury Prevention, Mental Skills and Fitness.
For information on upcoming Munster Rugby Coaching Course please email email@example.com
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