Code of Conduct for Coaches, Judges and Officials
This sets out the responsibilities and behaviours that all archery coaches, judges and officials in the UK are expected to work to.
There are a range of safeguarding courses available, including courses provided by schools, local authorities and other reputable organisations.
Coaching in Schools
Archery GB recommends that archery in schools is delivered by either an Archery GB licenced Instructor, Teacher or Level 1 Coach as a minimum.
Coaching in a school setting is unique and requires a special set of skills and knowledge base. Support is also available to help schools provide organised coaching.
This guidance is for anybody considering taking on a mentoring role in archery.
This guide is provided by UK Coaching and helps coaches to find the latest funding opportunities.
Tax & Employment
Guidance on registering your business, employment status, and working in Higher Education sport.
The UK Anti Doping Learning Zone is the place to learn about clean sport. This new area supports the prevention of doping practices and education around anti-doping in sport. Free resources are tailored to the level of athletes you work with.
A free online module is also available for you to become a qualified Anti Doping Advisor. Once you have gained the Advisor certificate please contact Stephanie Kelly at Archery GB so that our records may be updated.
This sets out the suggested ratio’s of coaches to archers for different activities.
Recognition of Overseas Coaches
We encourage coaches moving from abroad to continue coaching in the UK. To be recognised to coach archery in the UK, coaches need to hold a coaching licence from Archery GB. Full details about the Overseas Coaches application process is available below.