Training

Archery in SchoolsPhysical education teachers are invited to attend a FREE 8-hour Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) course. Teachers who successfully complete the BAI course may implement the Archery in the Schools Program.

The course content is designed to teach archery instruction techniques to both archery novices as well as experienced archers. The course content includes range set-up and safety, string bow training aids, the eleven steps to archery success, coaching techniques, equipment nomenclature, inspection, operation, maintenance and repair.

Workshops are open to interested teachers or others volunteering at existing NASP certified schools or schools interested in becoming NASP certified. NASP must be taught during the school day.

Training Dates

The training date below is for staff at schools that already have equipment and need additional teachers trained. All applicants need to complete our School application. We can only accept the first 20 teachers that complete the application and return it.

Date Time Place
The training date for January 20, 2014, is full and there are no further training dates at this time.

Please bring a bag lunch and wear closed toed shoes for all of the training. If you would like to host a training class in 2014 please contact First SGT Kim Leverich at Leverichk@dnr.sc.gov or 843-870-5574.

Training Information

Basic Archery Instructor Pocket Guide - ( Adobe PDF file - file size 858Kb).

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