Training and Education Workforce Information
The following pages contain key information for our Training and Education Workforce which consists of Union Training Managers, Union Training Administrators and our network of Licenced Trainers and Educators.
This guide aims to provide Unions, Educators and Trainers (and potential Educators and Trainers) with information on the process for nominations to the Training and Education Workforce as well as the roles and the requirements of the Training and Education Workforce. It should also be used to assist in the selection process of potential Trainers and Master Trainers by the Regional Training Managers (RTM), Medical Education Managers (MEM) and the Union Training Manager.
World Rugby Educators and Trainers have a key role to play in the promotion and development of the game. They are global role models and as such are expected to “live the values” of Discipline, Respect, Integrity, Passion, and Solidarity. They also have a significant role to play in ensuring the welfare of learners on courses and the welfare of the players the learners go onto coach, officiate, care for, or administrate. To reflect the importance of their role, all licensed Educators and Trainers are required to comply with and abide by the Training and Education Code of Conduct and World Rugby’s Code of Conduct.
This guide will help you through the administrative process of running a World Rugby course and details the information you must provide to World Rugby, with step-by-step instructions.
Further information on the Course Administration System User Guide specific to your role.