Course for European Coaching Trainers
Lausanne – 2 December 2010
With the common work of EMAU, FITA, Olympic Solidarity, European NOCs, CNOSF and the French Archery Federation, a major project will be soon proposed to European coaches. The principle is to teach archer coaches with a good experience at level 2 (upon 3) how to train level 1 coaches (in 2011 and level 2 in 2012).
This could help, in a close future, to train more level 1 and 2 coaches. It will be way more useful than organising only coaching courses in several European countries as used to do over the last years. Moreover, a reduction of courses costs could be expected, as well as more available trainers, and probably closer from the course location.
Actual project plans:
The course will last one year with two camps. Between the camps, all candidates will have to conduct at least one coaching course.
First camp: Arrival on 27 February 2011; the course will start on 28 February in the morning and will end on 5 March in the evening; the candidates will leave on 6 March.
Second camp: Not scheduled yet, but at the same period in 2012.
14 coaches (only one funded by country)
Candidates to the course must:
Have a consequent experience in level 2 coaching in archery
Be charged by their national archery federation to train coaches in our sport
Accept to train coaches abroad. On the long range, the goal is to get one coaching course conductor per country; it will take a while! Meanwhile, we hope that these trainers will assist other countries, or groups of countries.
Priority will be given to countries being in high need of archery coaching education.
André KORLAAR (NED) and Pascal COLMAIRE (FITA Development Director)
The course will be conducted in English. Pending candidates’ profile, a French or Russian translation is possible. In order to keep time for training, there will be only one translation.
Centre de Tir à l’Arc
Zone 4 Zac De Mercières
Rue Jacques Daguerre
60471 Compiègne FRANCE
Phone: +33 (0)3 44 23 04 43
Fax: +33 (0)3 44 23 23 70
Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle (North of Paris), 60 km from Compiegne. Trains from Paris are available to the airport and to Compiegne. Shuttle between airport and Compiegne will be arranged by the organisers.
All costs related to course attendance will be taken in charge at Airport Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle (only from this airport). Included: onsite transportation (airport – course location), full board (during the course) and training costs (free for one candidate per countries being in high need of archery coaching education).
Travel to Paris is at the attendant’s charge. But, a financial assistance will be given to one attendant per country; the amount of this help is still undefined. The information will be given to each attendant who asks for it.
Registration will be done following the order of reception. Nevertheless priority will be given to countries being in high need of archery coaching education. Interested people can already register at email@example.com.
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