London Wasps Coachclass sponsored by BRITA
The London Wasps Coachclass programme is designed to provide a fun and rewarding experience to all levels of rugby player. Players engage in the specially designed coaching programme which allows them to develop a variety of different core skills and interact with a number of their team mates from their school and our Community Coachclass Team.
Each participant will receive;
Coachclass is a truly holistic programme for young rugby players where a range of different rugby skills and scenarios covered.
We base our Coachclass programme around core rugby skills as we believe that every player at any age or level must have a good set of core skills to reach their true rugby potential. As well as this we also focus on game understanding and spend time on the set piece as it plays such an important part of Rugby Union.
The London Wasps Coachclass team are highly experienced at developing young players at all levels and work hard to create an environment centred around the player that helps them to improve their rugby whilst having a maximum amount of fun.
The Coachclass programme at Elstree School is available to Under 8 to Under 13 boys for the 2013/14 season. You do not need to be able to play to any particular standard and even if you have never played rugby before our coaches will help you to pick up the skills in no time at all.
If you would like any further information about the Coachclass at Elstree School, please contact Ben Smiley at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01494 531122.
Cancellations made 6-weeks prior to the camp start date will have the option to:
For any cancellation made less than 6-weeks prior to a Coachclass, a credit note will be offered for the amount that was originally booked (minus the £2.50 booking fee) that can be redeemed against any non residential coaching camp over the following 12 months.
Any cancellations made within 6-weeks of the Coachclass start date will not be refunded.
The London Wasps Coachclass at Elstree School is an open course, for all members of the public to book onto.