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					Archery Instructor Award
         Paul Whiteman

           Nov 2012
                     Background
• Several meetings in late 2010 / early 2011

• Consultation with a wide variety of stakeholders including;

   – National Coaching Committee, Scout Association, Current
     Tutors, YMCA, Girl Guiding, Kingswood, 1st4sport, National
     Centre Skills Active, PGL, Training & Activity, CentreRock
     UK, Deer Park Archers, Sports Coach UK, In2Action, et al
          Outcome of Consultation
• Consensus

   –   Greater focus/more appropriate content
   –   More modern course
   –   Shorter course (2 days if possible)
   –   Cost not a particular issue
Evolution rather than Revolution
                            Pilots
• September 2011 – Kent (Kingswood)

• January 2012 – Gloucestershire (Scout Leaders)

• Both pilots raised issues and resulted in revision of the course
Overview of the Instructor Award
          DAY 1 (TECHNICAL)




          LUNCH

          Introduction


          Model session



          Overview of course



          Preparation for day 2
Overview of the Instructor Award
            DAY 2 (LEARNING)
            Recap of Day 1 and Introduction to
            Day 2
            Equipment
            Range layout
            Risk assessment
            Starting a session
            Building rapport
            Safety briefing
            Explanation
            Demonstration
            5 phases
            LUNCH
            Guided shooting practice
            observation
            Free shooting
            Analyse
            Games
            Feedback
            Conclude sessions
            Review sessions

            Recap
            Equipment practice

              Multiple choice test
Overview of the Instructor Award
                  DAY 3 (APPLICATION AND
                  ASSESSMENT)
                  Recap of Day 2 and Introduction to
                  Day 3
                  Accelerating learning:

                  Adapting sessions:

                  Making sessions fun:
                  Games
                  Managing behaviour:


                  Equipment
                  Risk assessment
                  Starting sessions
                  Running a warm-up
          LUNCH
          Practical assessment of safety briefing,
          demonstration, guided shooting, free
          shooting and concluding session (20 mins
          per instructor)
                  Review


                  Conclude course
                          Detailed programme
      OUTCOME             CONTENT                          DELIVERY                                         RESOURCES

Session 10: Games                   1.   2 groups of 6. Hand out game cards and invite one        Tutor selects games, one could
and feedback                             instructor from each group to set up and run the         be one from model session from
Instructors should be                    game, half group to take part and remainder to           Day 1, could be ones shown in
able to:                                 observe and then analyse: one participant for            fact file or your own (if latter,
     experience use of                  technical action, for abiding by rules, for safety etc   need to make a hard copy for
      games in                      2.   Ask observing group to identify what observed,           instructors who are delivering)
      optimising                         then their analysis and their recommended                Games fact file
      learning and                       action.                                                  Feedback laminate
      enjoyment                     3.   Introduce how to give feedback by inviting group
     provide feedback                   to reflect on way they have received feedback
(45 mins)                                from both the tutor and their peers. Show
                                         feedback laminate and invite each observer to go
                                         to provide feedback to their assigned participant.
                                    4.   Change round so all get chance to be involved in
                                         game (as instructor or participant) and to observe,
                                         then analyse and finally give feedback
Example of support resources
Resources
                                  Assessment
• Multiple choice paper at the end of Day 2
       6.   If you find equipment is unsafe you should: (tick one answer)   1 mark

        a   Use it carefully

        b   Use it carefully and report it

        c   Report it and not use it

        d   Record damage

        e   b and d




• Independent Assessor on Day 3

• Action Plan for anyone who is unable to meet the standard
  and is referred
                            Roll Out
• Following two reviews and consultation with NCC

   – Small scale roll out

   – 12 courses over next 8 months

   – Expect minor adjustments as a result
                           Tutors
• Tutors for the new award will need induction
• Tutor recruitment will take place in phases
• We will be recruiting existing tutors and also looking for new
  ones from Level 2 upwards
• Tutors delivering on a commercial or semi commercial basis
  will be prioritised
   – 10 people deliver 60% of current courses
   – 52 people deliver 40% of current courses
                      Renewal
• Three year renewal as now

• Online renewal process

• Renewal module to ensure continued understanding
         Equipment Maintenance




• Standalone module for equipment maintenance will be
  developed

				
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