Requalification Details

SmartRugby Qualification 

There are four ways to recieve your qualification 

If you are qualifying for the first time, you can gain your qualification by attending one of the following face-to- face courses: 

1. Attend a SmartRugby course (2.5hrs)

2. Attend a Kids Rugby U8-U12 course (3 hrs)

3. Attend a Foundation Course (Full Day)


 How to Re- qualify online?

To be eligible to renew online you must satisfy both of the following pre-requisites:


  1.  the last SmartRugby session you attended was a face-to-face course; AND


  2.  the qualification you gained at that course expired on 31 December last year. 


 If you do not satisfy both of these pre-requisites you are ineligible to renew online. 

If you are re-qualifying, but your last requalification was online you must register for and attend a face-to-face session with your State Union.  

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