East Grinstead Target Shooting Club
A Centre of Excellence for Smallbore Rifle Shooting

Training

18 Nov 2017

The club continues to promote excellence in all aspects of smallbore rifle shooting. In order to assist with this Mike Kettle is now authorised by the NSRA to undertake the NSRA training course for scorers.

NSRA Scorers

NSRA Scorers are trained to undertake scoring of competitions at various levels. The purpose of the course is to train scorers to scrutinise and score competition cards accurately, fairly and with consistency to NSRA standards.

The course is also very useful to competitors and witnesses as it provides a complete summary of all the NSRA rules related to scoring and how they are applied.

The following qualifications are available:

  • Class A - Scoring at any level
  • Class B - County and Regional Scoring
  • Class C - Basic Scoring Skills/Club Scoring

The classification achived by a candidate will depend on their attendance at the course, ability shown during the course and experience of competition marking undertaken prior to the course.

Any person or club wishing to attend a Scorers Course should contact Mike Kettle. Courses normally cater for a maximum of 15 candidates.

Courses are undertaken at EGTSC or at other clubs as required.

Course costs are as follows:

  • NSRA Course Cost - £10
  • Per course cost for depreciation, materials etc £7.00
  • Travel and accomodation costs if not at EGTSC - at cost.

Course Details are as follows:

09.30 – Registration
10.00 – Introductions & Slide show (scoring procedures & technical stuff)
11.45 Worksheet review.
12.15 – Lunch. Bring you own packed lunch. Tea and Coffee will be provided.
13.00 – Practical session & assessment.
15.45 – Any questions.
16.00 – End.
(these timings are approximate only)

Scoring Courses

Planned courses are listed on the home page. If you are interested in attending a course and none are listed please contact us.

Written by Administrator on Saturday March 14, 2015
Permalink -

« Coaching - Coaching - Grouping Practice #1 »