The Archery GB Instructor Award is an entry-level training course. It prepares you to deliver fun, safe sessions for beginners.
For further details about the course please read the Archery GB Instructor Award Course Guidance and flyer .
Please get in touch with us and we will be happy to help you.
Instructor courses taking place across the UK can be found below. To book your place on to one of these courses please contact the advertised course organiser.
Courses organised by our delivery partner Sport Structures Ltd can be found at https://www.participant.co.uk/sportstructures/archery
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For further details about the course please read the Archery GB Instructor Award Course Guidance and flyer.
So that we can keep your licence information up to date, please remember to let us know if your contact details change.
1. What is the difference between the two courses?
Both courses train learners to deliver introductory archery sessions. However, the Archery GB Instructor Award is a shorter course (2.5 days), it has a modernised learning programme and resources, and only accredited tutors can deliver it.
2. Will the Leader Award be phased out?
Yes. From 31 December 2014 the GNAS Leader Award will no longer be available.
3. Do existing Leaders need to 'upgrade'?
No. The only impact on current Leaders will be to the way that they renew, which is now by a new online renewal process.
5. What happens to the renewal process?
Renewal remains a requirement for all Leaders and Instructors, and needs to be completed online every 3 years. The renewal process for existing Leaders has changed. When Leaders are due to renew, they will be written to and invited to do so by completing an online learning module, and they will subsequently be renewed as an 'Instructor'.
6. Are current Leader Award tutors automatically eligible to deliver the Instructor Award?
No. We have written to existing Leader tutors individually to explain that anyone wishing to become a tutor of the Instructor Award will need to apply separately.
If you are unsatisfied with the course and wish to complain, please refer to the Archery GB Instructor Award Complaints Procedure.