Archery GB Instructors Award Course (GNAS)

£220.00 7 hours

*Please Note: Minimum/Maximum number of participants may apply to some activities. Online bookings can only be made 2 weeks in advance, for short notice availability or if you are unable to select the numbers of places for this event that you require, please call us or get in touch via our Contact page to discuss other alternatives.

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Description

The Archery Leader qualification has been used to train individuals to lead archery activities for over twenty years. There are now over 8,000 active archery leaders in the UK.

The Archery GB Leaders Award qualification is designed to be used by professionals and volunteers working outside of the Archery GB club structure, for example  in sport centres, outdoor education centres, adventure and holiday parks and youth associations.

To gain the qualification you require no previous archery experience! Full support is provided by the course tutors throughout the course.

The course takes place over 2.5 days and includes an assessment to pass.

Course structure

The course is structured around 2.5 days whereby candidates gain the necessary knowledge and experience to confidently lead archery activities.

Day 1 (afternoon)

  • Introduction and model archery session
  • Overview of course
  • Structure of a taster session coaching barebow
  • Styles of learning
  • Safety check list
  • Range layout

Day 2

  • Equipment
  • Range layout
  • Safety check list
  • Phases of shooting
  • Practice coaching
  • Assessment task 1

Day 3

  • Adapting sessions
  • Games orientated to archery
  • Assessment task 2
  • Conclusion

Candidates on the course will be provided with full support, guidance and feedback from the course tutor. Candidates are assessed on day one and two with a conclusion on the final day. Each candidate who passes will be awarded with the Archery GB Leaders certificate.

Date of the course- 27th, 28th and 29th of October 2017

Course venue- Grinton Lodge YHA, near Richmond, North Yorkshire.

The course is run over 2.5 days with participants arriving at 1200 and finishing for the day at 1700 on each of the three days. Overnight accommodation is available on the nights of the 27th and 28th of October for an additional £50 total which includes breakfast.