The SGAIC organisers are now taking applications for the next round of assessments in both single and double handed disciplines. Their next course starts on the 23rd of October 2011 at The National Angling Centre, Loch Leven.
|Want to become an instructor?|
There are many benefits of being a SGAIC trained instructor, including...
- SGAIC is the only instructor qualification where candidates receive training/coaching, and development plans aimed at getting them to pass. Other qualifications just require that you pay the fee and turn up on assessment day.
- Quality instruction and assessment. All lead instructors are all qualified to AAPGAI advanced level, and most also hold level 2 Sports Coach qualifications. They always use independent assessors to ensure fair and consistent assessments; these assessors are AAPGAI Masters (the highest qualification in the UK).
- An active community of instructors across Scotland. Meet great people with like minds. Share ideas and experiences.
- Continuous Personal Development. SGAIC hold a minimum of one CPD day a year aimed at ensuring SGAIC instructors continue to develop their skills and learn new things
- An opportunity to progress. Holders of the SGAIC qualification automatically have equivalence with AAPGAI's provisional level. This means, should you wish to progress you can go straight to taking the AAPGAI advanced assessments.
- Once you complete the course you can get an instructors license from SANA. This makes it easier to work with schools/local authorities (should you wish) and means you are insured as an instructor
|Learn from the best!|
To find out more, or apply for a place on the next course, check out the SGAIC website for more details!