How do I maintain my qualification?

 

SMARTRUGBY QUALIFICATION
 
SmartRugby qualification lasts two (2) years.
 
To re-qualify you can attend any SmartRugby, Coaching Kids Rugby U8-U12, Refereeing Kids Rugby U8-U12, or Foundation course.
 
You may also be eligible re re-qualify your SmartRugby online if your SmartRugby expired in the last 12 months and you last gained your SmartRugby by attending one of the courses above.
 
If you last re-qualified for SmartRugby online, after two (2) years you will need to attend one of the courses listed above.
 
COACHING KIDS RUGBY CERTIFICATION
 
This certification is ongoing and does not require renewal
 
FOUNDATION CERTIFICATION
 
This certification is ongoing and does not require renewal
 
ACCREDITATION
 
LEVEL 1 COACH ACCREDITATION
 
Have current SmartRugby qualification, and
Pass a Law and Safety Update Exam (90%), and
Demonstrate active coaching in at least 2 of the previous 4 years (letter to this effect required from relevant club/school/union), or if this cannot be demonstrated then successfully complete a Level 1 Coach competency assessment
 
LEVEL 2 COACH ACCREDITATION
 
Have current SmartRugby qualification, and
Pass a Law and Safety Update Exam (90%), and
Demonstrate active coaching in at least 3 of the previous 4 years (letter to this effect required from relevant club/school/union), or if this cannot be demonstrated then successfully complete a Level 2 Coach competency assessment.
 
LEVEL 3 COACH ACCREDITATION
 
By arrangement of the ARU only

 

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