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Coaching Courses Sept-Dec 2017

WRU Tag Course – U7/8

Minimum Age 16

22nd October 2017 - 9.30am–1pm - Bangor University
Closing Date 13th October 2017

22nd October 2017 - 9.30am–1pm - Shotton RFC
Closing Date 13th October 2017

WRU Coaching Early Contact – U9/10/11

Minimum Age 16

4th October 2017 - 6pm-9pm - Ysgol Glan Clwyd
7th October 2017 - 9am–3.30pm - Ysgol Glan Clwyd
Closing Date 27th September 2017

2nd November 2017 - 6pm–9pm - Bangor University
5th November 2017 - 9am–3.30pm - Bangor University
Closing Date 26th October 2017

UKCC Level One Coaching Full Game – U12+

Minimum Age 18

14th and 15th October 2017 - 9am–5pm - Coleg Llandrillo
Closing Date 15th September 2017

21st and 22nd October 2017 - 9am–5pm - Newtown RFC
Closing Date 22nd September 2017

UKCC Level Two

Minimum Age 18

9th and 10th December 2017 - 9am-5pm all days
6th and 7th January 2018 - 9am-5pm all days
Closing Date 10th November 2017

World Rugby Level One Strength and Conditioning

Minimum Age 16

19th November 2017 - 9am-4pm
Closing Date 16th October 2017

CPD Events Sept-Dec 2017

U7-U8 - Developing Games

18th September 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Llandudno RFC
11th October 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Newtown RFC
27th November 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Mold RFC

U9/10/11 – Introduction to Contact

18th September 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Llandudno RFC
11th October 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Newtown RFC
27th November 2017 - 6pm-7.30pm - Mold RFC

U12+ – Backline Skills

27th September 2017 - 7pm-8.30pm - Bala RFC
4th December 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Ruthin RFC
11th December 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Bangor RFC

U12+ – Off The Top

14th August 2017 - 6.30pm to 8pm - Shotton RFC
4th September 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Bangor RFC
13th September 2017 - 7pm-8.30pm - COBRA RFC

U12+ - Crouch, Bind, Set

4th September 2017 - 6.30pm – 8pm - Wrexham RFC
18th September 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Bangor RFC
18th December 2017 - 7pm-8.30pm - Llanidloes RFC

U12+ - Tackle and Turnover

2nd October 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Pwllheli RFC
13th November 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Rhos RFC
11th December 2017 - 7pm-8.30pm - Dolgellau RFC

U12+ - Positive Scrum Half Play

16th October 2017 - 6.30pm-8pm - Caernarfon RFC

U12+ - Scrum Ready and Off The Top

20th November 2017 - 6pm-8pm - Abergele RFC

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