First Aid in Rugby (FAIR) Courses give you the opportunity to gain rugby-specific first aid skills. Delivered by experienced practitioners with rugby expertise, a World Rugby recognised FAIR qualification will give you the skills to immediately assist an injured player.
The courses are open to anyone in the rugby community – volunteers, coaches, referees, physios, players, sports coordinators, parents and everyone else interested.
NZR will be running a FAIR course at the WRFU offices (2/191 Thorndon Quay) on Sunday 27 June, 8.30am-3pm.
The course is made up of an online pre-course theory component and a hands-on practical session taken by our specialist educators.
The hands-on course is delivered in an eight-hour session and there is approximately eight hours of pre-course work. This pre-course work is essential so you can get maximum benefit from the hands-on practical session.
On completion of the course to the required standard, you will receive a World Rugby FAIR qualification certificate and a FAIR kit bag (worth over $100) with equipment used on the course, sponsored by USL Medical.
Course cost: $50 (includes catering and a FAIR kit bag).
Register below. Fill out your details and make a payment. On receipt of registration, NZR will respond with course confirmation and how to access the pre-reading.
Please note this course is rugby specific and content differs to a Red Cross or St John First Aid Course.
If you're interested in attending our course, you can register here.