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<span style="font-weight: bold">WHEN:</span> March 1 & 2, 2014 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

<span style="font-weight: bold">WHERE:</span> Jefferson Sportsmen’s Association, 4707 Sportsman Club Road, Codorus PA 17362

<span style="font-weight: bold">COST:</span> $175 ($95 for coaches of Pennsylvania youth teams)

<span style="font-weight: bold">CONTACT:</span> Roger Beardsley 717-235-0743 or [email protected]

The “Level I” Coaches Course is a comprehensive program which covers American Trap, American Skeet, Sporting Clays, International Skeet and International (Bunker) trap. The course duration is 2 days with course hours from 8:00AM to 5:00PM each day. This is a two day school and you MUST attend both days in order to qualify. On Day 2 candidates should bring their own shotguns, 75 rounds of ammo, eye and ear protection, and a shooting vest/shell pouch with them. Targets and lunch will be provided each day.

The coach school is the heart of the coach education program. The instructors use up-to-date materials and PowerPoint presentations to present the discipline-specific coach course. For complete information on the NRA/USAS/CMP Coaching program, please visit http://coaching.nra.org/

The registration fee includes a copy of the discipline-specific coach school student study guide and other materials to help you with the details of coaching. Participants complete an open-book test as homework during the first evening of the course. The test is graded in class, reviewed for understanding, and then submitted to the NRA National Coach Trainer by the school instructor for credential processing. Upon successful completion of the coach school you will be a Coach (Level 1) (or Youth Trainer if under 18 years old) in that discipline.

<span style="font-weight: bold">For additional information and to sign up please visit: http://masondixonclaybusters.com/ai1ec_event/nra-level-i-shotgun-course/</span>
 

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Roger thanks for posting...do you know if there is a place to find other schools in PA for this. I looked on the NRA site but did not see it anywhere.
 
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