Latest News From The EFAA
IFAA Instructors Course
Dear EFAA instructor’s, the IFAA is offering some instructors courses at WIAC and their other major shoots later in the year. The main course available at WIAC will be a level three instructors course, this if for our level two instructors that have held their certification for over one year. Please see the presentation from the IFAA for more details.
If you would be interested is attending any of these courses the please contact me Dan Rae at firstname.lastname@example.org as we have to put your names forward to the IFAA.
For the Level Three course at WIAC I will need to know by the 4th January as it needs to be submitted to the IFAA by the 6th January. More Info HERE
2022 National 3D Championships Results
Results of the 2022 National 3D Championships can be found HERE
2022 Spring Team Championships Results
Results of the 2022 Spring Team Championships can be found HERE
Instructors Course Interest
To all EFAA members we are trying to work out a plan for how many instructors courses it would be worth running this year, this is mainly level one course but also for our current level one instructors wanting to upgrade to a level two.
For any one that is interested in sitting a level one instructors course please contact email@example.com so I can start drawing up a list, also if there are any clubs that would be willing to host as training day please let me know.
Just a reminder to read through the requirements so becoming an instructor which can be found on the EFAA web page under Instructors.
EFAA Coaching Officer
How To Start A New Club Or Expand Your Existing One
If you are thinking of starting up a new EFAA Field Archery Club but don’t know where to start there is now available a guide to what you need to know and how to go about it. You can download it here.
Return of Shoot Certificates - Reminder for Club Officials
A reminder please to return shoot certificates correctly and fully completed to our Records & Incentives Officer (Graham) as soon as possible after the classification shoot.
INSURANCE COVER WHEN SHOOTING AT SOME OTHER VENUES.
Following the unprecedented amount of rainfall that we have all endured in recent months, many of us are unable to make full use of our regular shooting / practice grounds and may be looking elsewhere for much needed practice. This is just a polite reminder that if you shoot at a ‘pay as you play’ or similar venue, if the venue does not have an EFAA Range Charter Certificate, you will not be covered by the EFAA insurance policy. Please check before you shoot that the venue has been chartered for the practice area and/ or the course or both.
While the vast majority of members always conduct themselves in a correct and courteous manner, unfortunately, there have been instances this year when committee members have been subjected to confrontational, aggressive behaviour while going about their committee roles. This results in anger and stress for the people concerned when they are trying to organise and manage events on behalf of members of our association. To those of you who consider confrontational, aggressive behaviour to be acceptable, be assured, it is not acceptable for any member of the EFAA to be subjected to such behaviour in any circumstances. Also remember, at the discretion of the EFAA committee, any person / persons considered guilty of such behaviour can and will be excluded from an event and in exceptional circumstances, can have their EFAA membership revoked. If, at any time or at any EFAA event, you have an issue that concerns you, please approach and speak with a committee member in a civil manner.