|NASP BC Basic Archery Instructor Trainer Course - December 12 - 14|
Congratulations on taking the next step in your NASP career. Becoming a Basic Archery Instructor Trainer, more commonly referred to a BAIT, allows you to run Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) courses and certify instructors. You be playing an important role in your personal NASP circle as well as the NASP community of British Columbia.
The BAIT course takes place over 3 days. The first day will be a refresher BAI course where everyone is able to learn the most up-to-date BAI training standards. The seconday will be a practice teaching day that will culminate in a written BAIT exam. The third and final day will be a full BAI course taught by BAIT candidates, this will be the course's practical exam. During training, BAIT candidates will review BAI lessons such as how to set up and operate a safe archery range, proper archery technique, the “11 Steps to Archery Success”, and how to inspect, maintain, and repair compound bows and arrows. Additionally, candidates will learn how to run and organize a BAI course, background administration and logistics, advance indoor and outdoor net and range set up, and more.
Instructor: Chris Lim
Certification does not expire so long as you:
Course costs includes:
Late Registration: (Registrations after Friday, December 6th, 2019)
Please contact NASP BC Coordinator, Chris Lim at 604.882.998 x228, 604.375.9617, or firstname.lastname@example.org . A $25 late registration fee will be applied.
There are no refunds for this course. If a registrant cannot attend this course for an unforeseeable reason, please contact Chris Lim at 604.882.998 x228, 604.375.9617, or email@example.com immediately. In lieu of a refund, registrants who cannot attend the course are able to attend the next available BAI course free of charge.
Please note that the course location is a fair distance away from food establishments. Packing a lunch and snacks is recommended.
Registration is now closed.
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