Certification of Coaches
Archery New Brunswick is affiliated with the Federation of Canadian Archers coaching program. This program is managed by ANB Coach Certification Coordinator. ANB offers Coach Certification workshops each year for the various National Coaching Certification Program levels that are approved by Coaching Association of Canada. These are done in conjunction with Archery Canada. The courses are open to all ANB members in good standing. All clubs are notified via email through their Club president and Club ANB director when a coach course is being offered. For further information, the contact information can be found on the website.
Note: Any club who has at least 10 archers interested in become a coach can make arrangements to have a clinic hosted in their area by e-mailing Trevor Furlotte firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaching Association of Canada
Archery New Brunswick delivers the Coach Certification training for it members in accordance with Archery Canada and the Coaching Association of Canada. To attend these workshops participants must be members in good standing of Archery New Brunswick.
The Instructor Stream is for those individuals that would typically coach at the club level.
Instructor of Beginner Archers
Covers: Making Ethical Decisions: Planning a Practice
Instructor of Intermediate Archers
Covers: Teaching and learning: Designing a Sport Program
Both workshops are a combined theory and technical course. These workshops are two days in length and are held on a weekend at a cost of:
$100.00 for Instructor of Beginners
$150.00 for Instructor of Intermediate
For both of these courses there are pre-course assignments to be completed before attending. Details will be sent with the course materials. Upon completion of the workshop a completed Portfolio is required before receiving certification. Portfolio requirements will be covered during the workshop. A notice will be sent to all registered ANB clubs to advise of the dates and registration details of upcoming workshops.
The requirements for certification include:
1) Successfully completing the Making Ethical Decisions Module. See Coaching Association of Canada.
2) Completing your portfolio which consisting of the following.
- 5 coach evaluations:
- 3 from the athletes or the parents of the athletes they are coaching.
- 2 from the administration of their club.
- 1 practice plan: (what and how do you practice this session)
- 1 emergency action plan: (steps to take to get emergency help to your location)
- 1 observation plan: (where and what to observe when looking for correct shooting form or shooting faults)
For more information or to get copies of the portfolio sheets please contact the Coach Certification Chair. email@example.com.