Bingham Cup 2016 is proud to partner with USA Rugby to offer additional educational resources during the tournament.

Level 100 Officiating Clinic

We have arranged for a Level 100 Officiating Clinic to be held at Vanderbilt University on Sunday, May 22 from 9am - 5pm. The cost for the clinic is $60 and must be paid ahead of time, by clicking here. The walk-in fee is $75.

  • Participants must be a current member and able to provide their CIPP number. 
  • Once registered, participants must email David Haines to confirm registration.

For more information on the clinic, please click here.

 

Level 200 Coaching Clinic

We have arranged for a Level 200 Coaching Clinic to be held at Vanderbilt University on Saturday, May 21 from 8am - 5pm. The cost of the clinic is $110 and the individual must have met the following prerequisites:

  • Participants must be a current member, if they have not renewed their membership for this cycle (9/1/2015-8/31/2016) they must do so.
  • Participants must complete the online Level 100 course and it be reflected in their profiles. This course is through World Rugby, so completions are uploaded to profiles once a week unless participants email USAR before then. 

For more information on the clinic, please click here. If you have additional questions, email Kelly Sullivan at ksullivan@usarugby.org.

 

Level 300 Coaching Clinic

We have arranged for a two- day Level 300 Coaching Clinic to be held at Vanderbilt University on Saturday, May 21 from 8am - 5pm and Sunday, May 22 from 8am - 5pm. 

The Level 300 Coaching Certification is the next step in the American Rugby Model (ARM). The certification progresses towards advanced coaching skills used in athlete development and program building.

The Level 300 Course consists of a two-day certification clinic and successful completion of the home study tasks.

The object of the certification is for coaches to increase their ability to coach technical skills to achieve strategic and tactical outcomes. Coaches will be able to use the coaching process, key factor analysis and functional role analysis to achieve specific short and medium term goals for their teams.

Participants must be a current member, if they have not renewed their membership for this cycle (9/1/2015-8/31/2016) they must do so.

In order to complete this level participants must:

  • Complete Level 100 and Level 200 Coaching Certifications
  • Complete the IRB Laws Exam
  • Complete and bring to the course a 3 game diary including practice sessions and game preparation. 
  • Show competence at the 2-day Level 300 clinic

For more information, please click here.