Northampton Saints are calling on all coaches interested in learning more about the Club’s Developing Player Programme (DPP) to attend an open evening at Franklin’s Gardens on Wednesday 10 July.
The DPP is a development programme that compliments school, club and county playing programmes, providing further development opportunities without the conflict of competition.
The ambition of the programme is to engage with even more players and coaches, providing a greater opportunity for Northampton Saints to support a player’s rugby development.
And the 2019/20 DPP season will kick off on 10 July from 6.30pm, with an open evening which will aim to explain to any coaches interested in applying for DPP roles exactly what the programme entails.
“All we’re asking is that participants come ready to share ideas and get involved with group discussions and tasks,” said Ross Stewart, Northampton Saints’ player pathway manager.
“The evening won’t be based around anyone’s technical knowledge of rugby, but more about how we can inspire players and fellow coaches.”
Date – Wednesday 10 July 2019
Time – 6.30pm arrival for 7pm Start (finishing approximately 8.30pm)
Venue – Franklin’s Gardens, NN5 5BG (Please make your way to the main reception on arrival)
WHAT WILL BE COVERED?
- What is the DPP and why do we run the programme?
- What areas do we cover?
- What is expected of the coach?
- What can the coach can expect from us?
To register your interest to attend, please CLICK HERE and fill in your information. We will send out a full itinerary for the evening during the week before the event.