Although most coaches and volunteers have the skills to include disabled people in archery activities, they are often anxious that they may lack the appropriate confidence or expertise to work with disabled people.
Archery GB, in partnership with the British Wheelchair Archery Association, has organised a Pass it On course which will help you increase your confidence and push your coaching abilities just that bit further, so that you can help more people enjoy and take part in archery.
The course includes practical sessions and class room discussion, led by a friendly team of experienced coaches including former Paralympic Coach Helen George. You’ll develop your skills and knowledge around coaching disabled people making helping your approach to coaching become more inclusive
Date: Saturday 1st November 2014
Venue: Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP21 9PP
Time: 9am to 5pm
How to book: Please complete the booking form which can be found here
Places are limited so please book on early to avoid disappointment.
What you will learn by attending:
increased knowledge of disability and how it affects archery
- how disability fits within World Archery and Archery GB rules of shooting
- how to create an inclusive environment that fully involves disabled people with a range of impairments
- understand personal experiences of how a disability can affect archery
- how clubs can adapt archery equipment to suit disabled people with a range of impairments
Attendees should be an active coach.
Hannah Lucas | Development & Business Support Officer
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