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Archery instruction right on target!

Seeking an instructor to teach a Level 1 or Level 2 archery course? The National Alliance for the Development of Archery or NADA, is the coordinating body for National Archery Association (NAA) Level 1 and Level 2 archery instructor certification. Level 1 is a program that teaches participants how to run short-term youth archery programs. Level 2 is the instructor course for those wanting to teach instructors how to run short-term youth archery programs. For information on both courses or to locate an instructor for a course you wish to host, please contact:

Doug Engh, NADA

14260 W Newberry Road, #334 Newberry, FL 32669

(352) 332-9984

NADAernail@aol.com

As a reminder, ACA standard PD-12 requires that for each specialized activity (such as archery) the camp provides an overall supervisor who is an adult with certification or documented training and experience in that type of activity. This is not a mandatory standard.
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Publication:Camping Magazine
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Date:May 1, 2002
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