THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
July 24-26, 2015 at Highland
Clayton Rue, NSCA Level III Instructor, will be conducting an NSCA Level I Instructor Course at Highland Hideaway Hunting July 24-26, 2015. If you are an experienced shotgun shooter and have the desire to introduce others to our sport by teaching them how to shoot a shotgun, then sign up now!
In the Level I program, the goal is to provide beginning instructors with the knowledge and ability to teach the fundamentals to novice and beginning shooters. This is a perfect course for those shooters interested in coaching youth (SCTP, FFA, NRA, etc) shooters. You will learn how to instruct a shooter on such basics as setting up foot and body position for proper balance; setting up hand and shotgun position to move with the target; how to use the eyes to acquire a target; understanding why a target was missed; and why all this is important.
Wondering if you meet the criteria to enroll? All you need is the following:
- Be a member in good standing with the NSCA
- Have a desire to work with shooting students in a one-on-one situation
- Have a desire to function effectively in the role of teacher and empathize with the student’s situation.
- Be a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age
- Have had at least two (2) years of shooting experience
- Have taken a minimum of two hours of lessons with at least an NSCA Level I instructor (or equivalent) or above.
- Be a competent shot which can be satisfied by either holding an NSCA rating of C Class and having shot at least 3,000 lifetime registered targets OR by proving your shooting competency at the course.
Cost of the course is $500, plus each student’s share of instructor expenses, plus cost of all targets shot.
For more information, contact Clayton Rue at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ryan Giannini at 319-330-6165
You can also e-mail or call Glynne Moseley at NSCA Headquarters:
(210) 688-3371, extension 119