Session Coaching CourseThe next coaching course is now planned for the following dates and can take up to 12 candidates. If anyone is interested to participate, contact Hazel Campbell at email@example.com Online dates - Webinars Monday 19th July Monday 26th July Monday 2nd August Monday 9th August Monday 16th August Monday 23rd August Practical 1 sessions Saturday/Sunday 28th/29th August Assessment Saturday 4th October
Performance Coach Developer Learning Programme (PCDLP)FAO: Coaches in Northern Ireland From Cait Leach – AGB Acting Performance Pathway Manager Dear coaches, The NI Performance Pathway Talent Coach, Damien Lennon, is currently taking part in an exciting joint venture between SportNI and Leeds Beckett University – the Performance Coach Developer Learning Programme (PCDLP). The Performance Pathway aims to build a sustainable network of talent coaches to support ambitious athletes throughout the region. Our experience through the PCDLP will ensure that we can provide high-quality coach development support locally in Northern Ireland. At this stage, we’re pleased to offer a mentoring opportunity to one or two individuals who are interested in pursuing the coaching pathway. We hope that this learning from this piece of work will allow us to extend more opportunities in future. We are looking for a qualified coach who has an interest in supporting talented athletes, who wants to learn more about how to create optimal performance environments and who also has the capacity to work with the NI Talent Coach on a weekly/fortnightly basis. If you’re interested in this opportunity go to the following link to complete some information about yourself... https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=FVvxWfj1hEqge1UOkZ6z-iAwPRTJ_dZIloGy6zO16jZUQ1k2UTZHMVpGS080Q0Q1RURMNkpaVENCUy4u If you would like more information, please get in touch.
Archery to support social media boycott in solidarity with footballArchery GB will stand with the football community by taking part in a social media boycott this weekend to share the message that no one should face abuse, racism or harassment online because they play or work in professional sport. Archery NI is proud to be all-inclusive and this fact is reflected in the aims and objectives of our Take Aim strategy. While we promote competitiveness as a cornerstone of sport, Archery NI, its Board and members should not tolerate nor precipitate any abuse on social media channels. To highlight this, we stand with other sports across the UK in boycotting social media this weekend from 15:00 BST on Friday 30 April to 23:59 BST on Monday 3 May. During this time, we will not post or respond to messages on social media to show our solidarity with anyone who has faced discrimination online
Relaxation of restrictions - April 15thThe Archery NI Board is delighted to note the announcement made yesterday, 15th April, regarding the relaxation to the current Coronavirus Health Regulations. Relevant to archery, the Executive has stated that from April 23rd: Outdoor sport organised by a club, individual or affiliated individuals will be extended to include squad training. Competitive outdoor sport organised by a club, individual or affiliated individuals with participant numbers not exceeding 100 and no spectators can return. Archery NI will await the publication of the new regulations before providing further information on any restrictions to competitive shoots and training (i.e. who is permitted to make up the 100). Until 23rd April, all clubs must continue to maintain the maximum groups of 15 as set out in the earlier announcements. In the meantime, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you shooting in the not too distant future.
Big Reopening Competition Saturday 8th May 2021 @ 9.00 am - Lisburn City Archery Club is association with the Northern Ireland Performance Academy are hosting a Northern Ireland Record Status WA720 with H2H for competitive archers at Lisnagarvey High School Lisburn.
Archery NI Inclusion Committee, originally started as the Disability Committee, its scope has recently been widened and re-established to include other apects of inclusion, not solely disability. If any members are interested in participating in this new committee then please conact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ArcheryNI is aware of all theLockdown restrictions announced by the Northern Ireland Executive, which is in place until the 5th March 2021. We arewaiting for clarification on the impact on sport and as soon as wefind out, you will know too. There is currently no organised club or competitive archery permitted at this time.Click Here to see the full list