Level 2 Coach
The Level 2 coaching course gives coaches the training to help archers progress and compete in archery, beyond their initial introduction to the sport.
Role of a Level 2 coach
By becoming a Level 2 coach, you will be able to:
- Prepare archers for their first competitions
- Deliver a club coaching programme
- Take overall responsibility for beginner’s courses
- Manage, mentor and support Level 1 coaches
To be eligible to complete the course, you need to be an Archery GB licenced Level 1 coach.
The Level 2 course builds on top of the foundations set within by the Level 1 course. Learners will work to develop knowledge and practical experience in many areas, including:
- Coaching process
- Sports science background
- Equipment skills and specification (recurve and compound)
- Observation and analysis, including developing good technique
- Professional qualities
- Central fee £110 per candidate
- Additional cost decided on a local level to cover tutors, assessors, venue costs and local administration.
All Lead Tutors shall be a Coach Educator or Senior Coach and the course is limited to 12 learners.
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