WRU Hub Programme
Enable Welsh Rugby to Thrive
To connect and collaborate with key establishments to develop an inclusive and diverse pathway.
In order to create ambitious, enterprising, ethical and healthy young people in line with the four purposes of the Curriculum for Wales.
Individual establishments will be targeted with agreed objectives across the 5 Ps of the WRU Rugby Strategy.
More information about the vision aims and objectives of the hub programme can be found here (insert english and welsh versions)
To understand the impact of the hub programme please consult the documents and graphics attached.
Since 2014, the WRU has provided match-funding to support a network of Hub Officers working in schools and institutions of further and higher education, to develop the game of rugby. The primary purpose of the programme has been to engage young people through their educational settings, in rugby activity with a view to encouraging them to pursue their interest in the game in one of over 180 community rugby clubs which are linked with the hubs.
Following an independent review, the WRU restated its vision, aims and objectives for the Hub Programme for the 3 years, aligned to the WRU Participation Strategy from 2018 - 2021. In 2020/21 the WRU held an internal review of the programme to ensure it continued to deliver against its ambitions and our New Community Game Strategy. The full review can be downloaded HERE.
If you are interested in understanding more about the hub programme or partnering with the WRU as part of the hub programme please email email@example.com
If you are interested in understanding how to be a hub officer please go to recruitment pages of the WRU website to get a flavour of the role please or click HERE for an example of the job description.
For the full version of the 3.0 hub officer vision, aim and objective document please click HERE (English)
For the full version of the 3.0 hub officer vision, aim and objective document please click HERE (Welsh)
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