Level 2

Course Information

Duration: Four days: 9.00am-5:30pm (32hrs course time and 48hrs home study time)

Cost: £200.00 per candidate (Please note that a transfer fee of £45 and an admin fee of £15 applies if an applicant cancels their place on the course)

Minimum Age: 18

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Course Background

The Level 2 Certificate for Coaching Rugby League is the standard qualification for coaches operating within the 13-a-side community game from under 12s through to youth and Open Age levels.

This qualification is required as part of your licence to coach in the community game.

Key features of the 'Level 2 Certificate for Coaching Rugby League' course

The course forms part of a structured and progressive programme of sports coaching and offers access and involvement in introducing others to Rugby League.

What you will learn

  • Coaching principles and Rugby League ethics
  • How to plan, deliver and review individual Rugby League coaching sessions

Using your L2CCRL qualification

  • To gain paid or voluntary Rugby League coaching positions in the 13-a-side game
  • You can use the qualification as part of the development of a credible coaching CV for employment in the sport and recreation sector
  • Opportunities to progress to a Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Rugby League

What you will need to do to pass the course

  • Attend all of the course hours
  • Pass all sections of the multiple-choice theory assessment paper
  • Successfully complete the practical coaching sessions on the course, which will involve the planning, delivery and review of your coaching sessions
  • Sign the coaches' Code of Conduct

How to book

If you are interested in booking on a course visit the Course Booking website or contact 

Alex Bentham, RFL Coach Education Business Administrator:

0113 8239198 | Alex.Bentham@rfl.co.uk

Due to the level of autonomy and responsibility attached to a qualified coach operating at this level, only candidates over the age of 18 years can apply for a Rugby Football League licence to practice independently.

Holders of this qualification who are under 18 years of age must be supervised by another licensed coach, qualified to a minimum of Level 2 or above, or a qualified teacher.