Starting Archery by undertaking a Beginners Course with us

Note: - Please READ the following BEFORE contacting the Beginners Coordinator at the bottom of this page.

1. Our aim is to provide Archery Courses presented and taught in such a way as to enthuse the Candidates to take up the Sport of Archery, either at this Club or a similar thriving and active Archery Club, not just a couple of hours then you are mixed in with Club Archers. To achieve this aim the candidates undertake a fully structured Course under the supervision of Archery GB qualified Coaches. Following successful completion of the Course Candidates will be capable of partaking in the Sport of Archery Safely, and it is hoped, fairly successfully, should they wish to join an Archery Club (not necessarily this one).
2. Before even considering applying for a place for a Junior, Parents/Guardians should note the following: Course Candidates must be over 10 years old at the start of the Course and that Candidates aged under 12 will only be accepted on a Course if a Parent or Guardian is a Candidate on the same Beginners Course and Parents/Guardians of Juniors between the ages of 12 and 16 must remain in attendance at all times     -     Previous experience has shown that, following a course, many Parents/Guardian have expressed the view that they wished that they had also joined the course at the same time as the Junior Candidates therefore consideration should be given by Parents and Guardians of Juniors between 12 and 18 (Juniors note 2, above) to becoming Candidates at the same time.
3. This is a continuous shooting development Course where each session builds on the information and techniques learnt at the previous session hence it is important that where practical Candidates attend every session and at the same time. All equipment required is provided by the Club and Candidates are taught two styles of shooting ('Point of Aim' and 'Traditional Style') , also included are briefing and demonstration modules which cover the Longbow, Recurve and Compound Bows and one on different Types of Archery (these are delivered at the mid point of each session when Candidates take a Tea/Coffee/Squash break)
4. The 2017 Course cost per person is 60 - (The Course Coordinator will request full Course payment prior to confirming a place on a Course). The Course is arranged over four, two hourly sessions (Eight hours total). (Each Course is always lead by a 'Archery GB' qualified Coach assisted by Coaches/Coaches under tuition or very experienced Archers )
5. By Course completion, and as a prerequisite to joining this club, all candidates, are expected to have attained an archery proficiency level whereby they are capable of shooting reasonable well at a minimum distance of 20yds. (as this is the minimum distance that the outdoor practise targets are positioned from the shooting line and is the minimum distance that is shot by all members at the indoor venue)
6. Successful candidates who choose to join this club within two weeks of course completion are provided with (at no additional cost) an intermediate coaching period of time, before getting their own equipment, during which they are trained to such a stage where they are able to purchase equipment which is totally suitable for them as individuals and is suited to allow them to successfully develop in the sport.

If (having first read the information above) you are interested in a 2016 place, please contact the Beginners' Coordinator, Elliot Moss, Click here

 

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