NFAS Coaches and Coach Trainers

NFAS Coach

Application Requirements

To become an NFAS coach, applicants MUST meet the following criteria:

  1. Be a fully paid up member of the NFAS
  2. Must have been a member of the NFAS for a minimum period of 2 years (Discretional according to experience).
    or hold a recognised Archery coaching qualification from another society and have been a member of the NFAS for a minimum Period of 18 months. (Evidence of certification and coaching record will be required).
  3. Must have attended at least one Multi day, Multi course event which could be an NFAS National competition, SW Challenge, etc. This must have been within the last 3 years.
  4. Must hold a DBS disclosure Issued within the last 3 years. If applicant does not hold a current DBS disclosure, one will be be applied for on acceptance on a coach training course. NFAS will instigate the issue of the appropriate DBS forms. See section: DBS.
  5. Declaration of no change since DBS approval
  6. Minimum age of 18 Years.
  7. MUST have basic literacy skill.

 

Coach Trainers

To become an NFAS coach Trainer, applicants MUST meet the following criteria:

  1. Be a fully paid up member of the NFAS
  2. Must be a current registered NFAS coach.
  3. Have a high knowledge and experience of both the society and archery.
  4. Minimum age of 18 at application.
  5. Must be DBS checked (Subject to approval by the NFAS) See Section DBS
  6. Pass an interview panel.
  7. Attend Current NFAS coaching course as an active participant.
  8. Demonstrate training ability by leading a session during a current NFAS coaching course.
  9. Demonstrate ability to work with current and future approved material, coaching course systems and trainers.
  10. Must have good literacy skills.

To apply for Coach Trainer Status applicants should apply in writing to the NFAS Coaching Co-cordinator.