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Archery Permit Instructor Course September 2024

Between: 21st September 2024 - 22nd September 2024 Location: Kinver Scout Camp Event Organiser: Kinver

This two day course equips candidates to run basic archery training sessions to members of the Scout movement. It is a non qualification course designed to teach leaders the skills required for them to obtain a Scout Permit to lead archery sessions for members of the Scout movement.

Candidates on this course will be given clear direction as to how they can then progress to obtain a Scout Permit in this activity.

Please note that this is a training course only and attendance on this course will not automatically give you a Scout Permit for this activity. Assessments for an Archery permit will take place on October 5th, 2024. 

You do NOT need to contact Tim Scott to book a space for assessment. Spaces on the assessment day will be offered to you during the course.

This course is open to any adult members with or without previous experience of this activity.

Topics Covered:

  • Law & Safety
  • Equipment
  • Range construction
  • Basic shooting skills
  • Sighting
  • Session plans
  • Scoring targets and competition
  • Shooting games

This course will be run both inside Compa Hall at Kinver Scout Camp and outside on our Archery range, 9am-5pm. The course cost includes refreshments, lunch and overnight camping if required. 

You can book this event via our online Shop (see Book Now button at the bottom of this page).

Course costs are refundable to members of Scouts Hereford & Worcester after attendance.

If you require further information please contact Kinver Camp – kinver@scoutshw.org.uk or 07736 378965

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Between: 21st September 2024 - 22nd September 2024 Location: Kinver Scout Camp Cost: £65.00
Nature and the outdoors are languages that can be learned. Once you identify a beech tree, tie a clove hitch or cook a simple meal over a fire that you’ve built yourself, you’ll never forget it.'
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