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RugbyRight launches for season 2019/20

RugbyRight launches for season 2019/20

By Stephan Walker
13th August
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All NEW coaches & match officials need to complete the course by 31st October. This is an important part of our funding agreement with SRU!

RugbyRight launches for season 2019/20

The 2019/20 RugbyRight e-learning courses are now available on Scottish Rugby’s online training hub (Hive Learning). Just like last season there are three versions of the course – Mini, Youth and Adult.

The new course delivers information on:

  • Safeguarding
  • Concussion management
  • Safety in contact
  • New Girls Age Bandings
  • Age Grade Law Variations

RugbyRight is the minimum standard course for coaching and match officiating in Scotland. For season 2019/20 all NEW coaches and match officials need to complete the course.

For those coaches and match officials who completed the 2018/19 course, this will carry over for season 2019/20 with no requirement to do the new course.

The courses can be found in the e-learning group within the online training hub (Hive Learning). Those who operate within more than one age group (e.g. mini and adult) are only required to complete ONE course to be compliant.

RugbyRight access options:

I already have an account on Hive Learning - click here to access the e-learning group

I need to register and create an account on Hive Learning- click this link to create an account

The course must have been completed by NEW coaches and match officials by Wednesday 31 October 2019 to be compliant.

As part of our Minimum Operating Standards agreement with Scottish Rugby, 100% of coaches and match officials must complete RugbyRight so please make sure you meet the deadline otherwise it can impact the level of funding we receive.


Please note, this course is not available to those operating outside of Scotland.

Questions about RugbyRight should be directed to

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