To promote and protect shooting activities by establishing and maintaining high standards through education training and best practice
- To set, develop and maintain standards in all areas of shooting.
- To work with others to provide comprehensive training opportunities, produce codes of practice and monitor standards.
- To establish the credentials and standards of skilled networks of trainers and assessors so that the work they do has public credibility.
- To anticipate and respond to demand from members and other shooters for awards such as Shotgun Safe Shot.
- To work with other national bodies, such as Lantra – the national training organisation for land-based industries.
Benefits to members
- Work with government, other shooting organisations and stakeholders to reach a consensus on Standards within the sport and represent our members interests
- Provide members with access to high quality training opportunities covering all shooting disciplines to help self regulate shooting activities.
- Coordinate the production of educational resources and activities for members, the general public, schools and colleges to help safeguard the future of shooting
- Coordinate BASC Young shots programmes to encourage the next generation of shooters
- Provide specialist advice on training, education, qualifications, health and safety, rifle shooting, clay shooting, airgun shooting, food hygiene and shotgun coaching
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