The evening will start at 6.30pm and last until 8pm, it will involve both indoor and outdoor work and there will also be light refreshments provided in the clubhouse at the end of the evening.
The Coaching clinics have gone from strength to strength and have covered a variety of techniques used in the professional game.
In February over 100 coaches from the 55 teams in the region as well as school coaches attended an evening conducted by Danny Wilson, Regional Skills Coach at the Arms Park which dealt with 'Core Skill development and progression'
Martin Fowler, Head of Rugby at Cardiff University attended the session in February and is busy preparing Cardiff University for their Varsity match against Swansea University on Wednesday the 25th of April at Cardiff Arms Park. Speaking ahead of the Coaching Clinic Fowler said:
"The coaching clinics have been of great help to the coaches at Cardiff University and we have learnt a lot from attending the evenings."
"The boys have been training hard in preparation for the match. We are the current holders so with be looking to hold on to the trophy."
Richard Hodges, the Blues Community Rugby Manager said.
"We have held coaching evening throughout the region at Pontypridd RFC, Glamorgan Wanderers, Cardiff RFC, Taffs Well and Beddau and have received a great response wherever we have visited."
"The coaches who attend have the opportunity to ask professional coaches questions on tactics or techniques or whatever areas they fell they need to improve on. They take a lot of knowledge back to their clubs which can only benefit the players that they coach week in week out."