I'm well aware whose fault it its. II would say its the Clubs and Coaches fault because :-
a) The clubs fault for not realising the coach is not very good with kids
The coaches fault for not realising that kids need to have fun and be treat like SL players
c) The coaches fault for not having the intuition to realise that some drills will not work with age 10 year old in advance of a training session.
In my view, education should never stop even after a qualification has been achived - trust me, now that hes got qualified, the learning will stop on his part. At least I'm trying to learn with the little resourses I've been given.
So given he is a newly qualified coach what were you expecting from him?
The club are at fault because in your opinion he is not very good with kids?
Is it that he perhaps does not explain himself clearly because he is still learning himself, or that he is over thinking everything and in his efforts to improve the kids is progressing them beyond their existing skillset?
Do the club have a head coach, coaching director etc who monitors and assists in the progress and development of the coaches? Could assistance be forthcoming from that area, ie more experienced coaches?
Why will the learning stop?
Or will it stop due to a lack of support and resources?
You yourself have experienced difficulty in accessing information to assist you in attempting to understand how best to educate and develop the kids have you not?
Is that not down to a lack of available resource? Is this the fault of the RFL and its coach education department?
Lots to consider, don't you agree?