The Oceania Rugby with World Rugby – every two years run a super week, where they have and work with coaches and match officials developed over the two years
This week Oceania Rugby together with World Rugby have been carrying out courses for coaches, match officials and medical officials in Nadi.
These courses are focused around World Rugby’s number one priority which is player welfare.
Super week for these officials from the sport of rugby is all about improving their knowledge, skills and other tools needed for them to carry out their jobs to a grater capacity.
Along side this participants is another group of development officers brought in from other unions around oceania, that have been delivering another course in areas including Sigatoka, Nadi and Lautoka, attended by coaches and essency coaches.
The governing body of the sport is developing not only pitch side care providers and first aiders but also working on developing educators so the Oceania region can be self-sufficient and to deliver this courses themselves in the future.
The purpose of the Super Week is to build capacity regionally, for this officials to serve the rugby public better in their member unions.