England Rugby are delivering a Rugby Ready course in Lincoln in January. The World Rugby (IRB) Rugby Ready programme was launched to educate, aid and support players, coaches, match officials on the importance of sufficient preparation for training and playing in order for rugby to be played and enjoyed while reducing the risk of serious injury.
When: 7th Jan 2019, 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Where: Lincoln RFC, Longdales Park, Lodge Farm, Lodge Lane, LN2 2RS
To Book: http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/courses/search/#/search?id=&c=&eventid=226342373
St Hugh’s School at Woodhall Spa are looking to recruit coaches as follows:
1) Sports coaches for clinics from 10am to 12pm on Saturday mornings (five weeks before Christmas, and similar amounts for the Spring and Summer terms).
2) Rugby coaches for Monday and Fridays (2-4pm) and Wednesdays (2-4pm), with the possibility of longer periods for away matches.
These are paid positions, with rates of up to £15 per hour for the right candidates.
For more information, or to apply for these positions, please contact Mr Matt Vella at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a number of excellent opportunities for students who would like to gain performance analysis experience with local sports teams. These include hockey, rugby and football but you do not necessarily need to be a player of that particular sport to become involved.
These types of opportunity have served as the springboard in recent years for students to progress to careers with professional clubs or postgraduate studies in related areas. Relevant experience is essential in this very competitive field!
If you would like to know more – or to register an interest – please contact Sandy Willmott at email@example.com . The positions would be suitable either for individuals or for small groups of students who might want to share a role.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a new team of performance analysts who will be working alongside the University of Lincoln Rugby Union teams. The analyst team will be expected to provide coaching staff with relevant video footage and statistical information from recent matches and occasional training sessions
The ideal applicants should:
– Understand the basic rules of rugby union
– Have an understanding of the role of match and performance analysis
– Be familiar with analysis software and recording equipment
– Be on a University of Lincoln sports course
As this is a brand new role, the successful team will be invited to share ideas and create a platform for future analysts to work on. Transport will be provided to and from matches, and the Human Performance Centre has agreed to provide relevant equipment to the analysts.
To express your interest, or for further information, please contact Chris Fraser by Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone (07427) 744788