Smart Rugby has now been operational in Australia for over ten years and has been updated annually to reflect the changes the way the game is played and referred. To that end, our injury data for catastrophic injuries has declined markedly since the inception of this program.
It goes without saying that it’s easy to become complacent, so it is essential that everyone who is involved in the game does so with the knowledge of making the environment as safe as possible. Staying up-to-date in the techniques and Laws of the game is a responsibility that applies to all of us.
This year sees the launch of the RugbyAU Rugby Learning Centre where you will be able to find the all new Smart Rugby eLearning course. This course replaces the stand-alone face-to-face SmartRugby course of the past and will allow self-directed learning for all coaches and referees.
The Wallabies look forward to playing rugby in 2018, and appreciate your work ensuring that the next generation of upcoming inspirational Wallabies are educated with safe practices, refined core skills and fitness levels. All the best for the season.
To support coaches throughout the season RugbyAU has created a SmartRugby Checklist (located at the back of your SmartRugby ebooklet)
Smart Rugby via Rugby Learning Centre is for all those required to gain this accreditation, those interested in updating their knowledge on law and safety, and others within the wider rugby community.
You can also get Smart Rugby by completing face-to-face Foundation course which is targeted at new coaches for U12-U15 age groups and those wishing to begin refereeing. To register select the link below
To get more information and understanding of how to use the Rugby Learning Centre, we have provided an easy-to-use user guide. To download, please hit the following link: 'Portal and RLC User Guide'