National Rifle Association

 

Shooting Coach Training School for Smallbore/Air Rifle

http://www.nrahq.org/education/training/coaching/index.asp

 

Sponsor: Central Oregon Shooting Sports Association (COSSA) http://www.oregonshooting.com

Where: VFW Post 1643 Ponderosa Pine Post 1503 NE 4th St Bend, OR 97701

When: July 10th and 11th , 2010 Start time about 8:00 am to about 5:00 pm both days

Fees: $120.00

Point of Contact: Mark Fero COSSA Vice President

                                        Phone: 541-548-5566 daytime

                                        Email: willejeep@aol.com

What is this?

The coach school is the heart of the program. The instructors use up-to-date materials and PowerPoint presentations to present coaching methodology and a variety of leaning activities for all participants.

The registration fee includes a copy of the Smallbore/Air Rifle coach school student study guide, rulebooks and other materials to help you with the details of running a successful program. After attending the school and reading the student material, participants complete a open-book test as homework during the first evening of the course. The test is graded in class, reviewed for understanding, and then submitted to the NRA Coach Trainer by the instructor for credential processing. Upon successful completion of the coach school you will be a Coach (Level 1) in Smallbore/Air Rifle discipline. A Coach Credential Card is sent to the student.

What is taught in the school?

The Smallbore/Air Rifle certification school is two days of sports-specific lessons designed to teach the coach candidate the basics of coaching. The following general subjects are taught:

Introduction to the Coaching Program

                    Safety and Risk Management

                    Competition Events

                    Rules

                    Equipment and Facilities

                    Fundamentals of Shooting

                    Shooting Positions

                    Sports Psychology

                    Training Planning

                    Running Quality Programs

                    How To Conduct Tournaments

For more information and/or register for the school please call or email the Point of Contact above.

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Application

Application

Shooting Coach Training School

Sponsor: Central Oregon Shooting Sports Assn.

Where: VFW Post 1643 Ponderosa Pine Post, 1503 NE 4th St, Bend, OR 97701

When: July 10th and 11th, 2010

Time: Start time about 8:00am to about 5:00pm both days

Fee: $120.00

Name: ______________________________________________ Date: _____________

Address: ______________________________________________________________

City: ____________________________ State: _____________ Zip Code: __________

Phone: ________________ Email: ________________________

Please fill out and include the fee to the following address by June 16, 2010:

COSSA

ATTN: Shooting Coach Training School

P.O. Box 1606

Bend, OR 97709

Please make check out to COSSA for the fee.

For question please call or email Mark Fero at the following:

Phone: 541-548-5566

Email: willejeep@aol.com