Have you ever thought about coaching archery? We are looking for intermediate to advanced archers interested in coach training to help facilitate development at the club level. If you would like to get involved with coaching new archers in your community/club, we are hosting the perfect course for you!
Certified coach training ensures that instruction in our sport is delivered correctly and professionally. In addition to learning archery specific techniques, the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Course includes athlete and program management skills that can be an asset in your personal and professional life.
ABAM Coaching Coordinator, Ron Cooney will be hosting a National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Instructor of Beginner Archer Course (Level 1) Course on the Weekend of April 13 & 14. The sessions will be held in Winnipeg at the Sport for Life Center, located at 145 Pacific Avenue. The course will run from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM both days at a cost of $100 per participant.
“Instructor of Beginner Archers: By presenting several mini-lessons and demonstrations, as well as observing interventions during shooting throughout the course of this workshop, coaches/instructors will be prepared to introduce archery to athletes in a variety of settings, including: clubs, camps, schools, and other organized activities.
Please note, there is a $50 rebate for candidates that complete their evaluation. This course is available for youth and adults interested in becoming a coach.
To Register for the course, please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/mquqwmM0Vhc9p8z42
For any inquires about the course, please contact Ryan Van Berkel at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Archery Canada NCCP Coaching Pathway, please visit the links below.