Links to key accreditation required to be involved with Junior & Senior League teams
Working With Children Checks (WWCC)
The New South Wales Rugby League Ltd (NSWRL) Child Protection Policy (see NSWRL Junior Rugby League Policies & Procedures Manual, in Policy & Guidelines section) requires that from 31 March 2016, all Junior Rugby League clubs affiliated with the NSWRL must only ‘employ’ workers (paid or voluntary) involved directly with the childrens’ teams if the worker has a valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) or has applied for one.
As a volunteer (this includes committee members and team officials) the WWCC is free; you will require successful clearence before you can take up any duties with the club. Your WWC number lasts for 5 years before it needs to be renewed.
You can apply for a WWCC by clicking the icon above or here.
Once you have received your WWC number please email email@example.com. If you have any questions about WWCC please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact one of our committee members.
The NRL offers a range of coaching courses designed to educate coaches at all levels of the game. Click on the course links below to learn what is involved.
- Modified Games Coach (MGC) – U6-U12’s
- International Games Coach (IGC) – U13+
- Club Coach (CC) – Combination of MGC and IGC courses; qualifies to coach Mini/Mod/International teams.
- Senior Club Coach (SCC) – aimed at Senior Coaches, Junior Representative Coaches and Club Coach Cordinators
To find an upcoming coaching course & book a place, click on the NRL icon below to be redirected to the playNRL Course Finder.
The NRL offers a range of trainer courses designed to educate trainers at all levels of the game. Click on the course links below to learn what is involved.
- LeagueSafe Course – Online course; LeageSafe accreditation is the minimum requirement to enter the field of play.
- Level 1 Sports Trainer
To find an upcoming trainers course & book a place, click on the NRL icon below to be redirected to the playNRL Course Finder.