QUEENSLAND Maroons coach Mal Meninga has encouraged rugby league fans thinking of getting more involved with the game as a coach or sports trainer to take up the opportunity.
“There are many ways to be involved in the great game of rugby league."
“If you’re thinking about being a coach or a sports trainer, I recommend it. It’s the next best thing to actually playing."
“I remember how influential my coaches were when I was growing up. Without them I would never have accomplished as much as I have whether it was playing or coaching.”
The first step is to sign up for a relevant course. Take a look at the options below:
RUGBY LEAGUE COACH & SPORTS TRAINERS ACCREDITATION COURSES
When: SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 2014
Where: MARSDEN STATE HIGH SCHOOL - BRISBANE
Moffatt Road Entry, Waterford West QLD 4133
The NRL will be providing an opportunity for all potential coaches & rugby league sports trainers to participate in ‘the greatest game of all’ by providing an off season education program which will include NRL accreditation courses for the following catergories:
- MOD GAMES COACHING (Under 6 to Under 12)
8:30am to 12:30pm - $55.00
- INTERNATIONAL GAMES (Under 13 to Senior)
12:30pm to 4:30pm - $55.00
- CLUB COACH LEVEL 1 (Under 6 to Senior)
8:30am to 4:30pm - $75.00
- COACHING UPDATE
8:30am to 11am
- LEVEL 1 SPORTS TRAINER COURSE
2 DAYS – 8:30am to 5pm - $160.00
- LEVEL 1 SPORTS TRAINER RE-ACCREDITATION
8:30am to 2pm - $60.00
- LEVEL 1 SPORTS TRAINER TRANSITION
8:30am to 2pm - $25.00
- CPR UPDATE
10am to 12pm - $25.00
Bookings can be made through PLAYNRL.COM
For further enquiries please contact: WAYNE WEEKES
on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile: 0418 185 056.