Head/Assistant Coaches - Head/Assistant Coaches must have completed at least the MDWFP 1-day Shooting Coach Class, or the 4-hour Shotgun Training Course, before they can be a team coach on event day. MDWFP will also accept NSCA/NSSA Level I, II, III or Scholastic Instructor Course training as well.
Coaches Meeting - There will be a mandatory Coaches Meeting prior to all Sporting Clay, Skeet, and 5-Stand events. Any coach not attending the meeting will result in his/her team squad being disqualified from participating in the event.
Primary Responsibility - The coach’s primary responsibility on event day is always to create a safe environment for shooters, spectators, range personnel, and themselves.
Coaching the Squad - The coach can coach the squad between stations, or while watching other squads shoot, but once the shooter enters the shooting box, all coaching must stop.
Assistant Coaches - A team may assign assistant coaches, but we still need a Coach’s Registration Form from them.
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