Your NCAS Accreditation has an expiry date – of four years, from its date of issue. At that time, you must update your accreditation and reaccredit in order to continue coaching. The expiry date is clearly shown on your accreditation certificate. You can update your accreditation by attending a NRL Coach Update.
MGC, IGC, and Club Coach Accreditation’s – NRL Coach Update
NRL Coach Updates are conducted throughout the year by NRL Course Providers. These updates are advertised by the local Game Development Officer or through www.playnrl.com under the ‘upcoming courses’ section, and are available to any coach who wishes to attend. Coaches who do attend will have their accreditation expiry extended or will be re-accredited based on their current accreditation level and accreditation status.
» Expired Coaches
Any coach with an expired accreditation, who registers and attends a NRL Coach Update, will be issued with a reaccreditation for a period of one (1) year.
» Currently Accredited Coaches
Any coach with a current accreditation, who registers and attends a NRL Coach Update, will have their accreditation extended by one (1) year.
» Coaches with no Accreditation
Anyone may attend an update session. If the coach has no accreditation, however, they must still complete the relevant NRL Coach Accreditation Course.
SCC & HPC Courses – Re-accreditation Form
All Senior Club Coaches and High Performance Coaches can submit a reaccreditation form with full details of their coach related activities included. Click here to download a copy of the form.
For all enquiries, please contact your local NRL Game Development Officer in the first instance. All other enquires can be sent to email@example.com