USA Archery Level I Archery Certification Courses

The USA Archery Level I Archery Certification Course teaches basic archery instruction skills and safety.  The certification is valid for three years and meets the ACA standard requiring certification / training for a designated archery supervisor.  More information.

Dates & Locations

May 17, 2014, 9am-6pm

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (map)
2459 Motor Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064

 Printable Registration click here

Deadline to register:  May 9, 2014
Registration & Cancellation Policy

May 18, 2014, 9am-6pm

Rawhide Ranch (map)
6987 W. Lilac Rd.
Bonsall, CA 92003 

 Printable Registration click here

Deadline to register:  May 9, 2014
Registration & Cancellation Policy

June 1, 2014, 9am-6pm

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center (map)
2459 Motor Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064

 Printable Registration click here

Deadline to register:  May 23, 2014
Registration & Cancellation Policy

Registration

$100 / ACA Member · $110 / Non-Member

Price includes all necessary materials and certification processing.  Register online by using the registration link above.  Please fax or email paper registrations: Attention Nina Pierson at (765) 342-2065 fax or events@ACAcamps.org.  Trouble registering? Call (800) 428-2267, option 7.

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Private courses also available for groups of 8 or more.  For more information, contact us!

Preparation

The Level I Archery Course focuses on preparing individuals to teach archery - very little time is available for participants to learn basic archery skills.  If possible, please take a basic archery class before attending the Level I Archery Course, so that you have some skill and comfort with archery before starting the Level I course.  Free archery classes are available at the following locations:

Program

The USA Archery Level I Archery Certification Course teaches basic archery instruction skills and safety.  The certification is valid for three years and meets the ACA standard requiring
certification / training for a designated archery supervisor.  Topics include:

  • How to develop & operate a safe archery program
  • How to teach new archers
  • How to maintain program equipment
  • Common shooting errors & correction
  • "Drills & skills" session for training new archers

Who Should Attend:  Camp directors, program directors and camp program staff.

Registration & Cancellation Policy 

Cancellations before 6pm on the registration deadline will be granted with a cancellation fee, assessed at 15% the total paid.  Cancellations received after the registration deadline will not be refunded. No-shows are not refundable.  Written copy of the cancellation is required and can be faxed or emailed ATTN: Nina Pierson to: (765) 342-2065 fax or events@ACAcamps.org.  Phone cancellations are not accepted.  If ACA, Southern CA/HI cancels the event for which you have registered, the registration fee paid will be fully refunded. ACA, Southern CA/HI is not responsible for any expenses incurred by you as a result of your registration, whether the event is attended, postponed, or cancelled.  All registration payments must be made by the event date in order for participants to be admitted to the event.