David has joined BASC after working in the Police Force for over 8 years.
David is a newly qualified BASC accredited shotgun coach and has been shooting for over 12 years. He is extremely passionate about clay pigeon shooting, game shooting and gundogs and is looking forwards to working in the Training and Education Department and introducing more newcomers into the sport.
His role will be to engage with Scouts, Guides and newcomers to the sport through existing initiatives, such as the Scouts Jamborees and the use of the ST-2 Simulator. He will be working closely with colleagues in the Training and Education Team, BASC Heads of Departments, Regional Teams, external providers and stakeholders to deliver these events, as well as keep the Codes of Practise up to date and relevant. The role will also support the delivery of the BASC Shotgun Coaching Programme.
Based in the Forest of Dean Gloucestershire on the edge of the Wye Valley
BASC Accredited Shotgun Coach
BASC Coaching Mentor
BASC Safe Shot Assessor
BASC Safety Officer and Shotgun Safety Officer Trainer
BASC Shotgun Awareness (SAT) Trainer
BASC Airgun Coach
BASC Airgun Assessor and Firearms Awareness (FAT airgun) Trainer
Member of APSI (Association of Professional Shooting Instructors) & Associate of ICSI (Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors)
David has over 20years of coaching experience and is the proprietor of Trowgreen Farm Shooting School. He regularly coaches for BASC at game fairs, young shot days, and other events. The ground has played host to young shots, improve your shooting, and coaching pre-assessment days.
“I derive a great deal of pleasure introducing people to this great sport of ours. From the novice breaking their first targets, through coaching the experienced shot on the more challenging target presentations, to identifying the problems that creep into the game and clay shooters repertoire over the years. I am always striving to improve the shooting experience whether by adding specialist clay traps or the addition of all-weather stands. It is an ongoing commitment.”
In addition a mobile service is available. For details of this and all our activities please visit our website http://www.dbcleisure.co.uk or contact me direct by email or telephone.
Based in Shropshire
Tel: 01952 540000
Mobile: 07826 544565
Roger has been shooting for 10 years and coaching in another discipline for 30 years. He is a keen game shot and is a regular on local shoots working his Cocker Spaniels, beating and picking up. Roger is happy to help new or novice shooters have a safe and enjoyable experience and is available for coaching/loading in the field during the game season. Roger is also a BASC accredited Shotgun Safety Officer and a highly qualified and experienced Advanced Driver and coach.
Based in Pembrokeshire
Contact: 07500 609161
BASC Accredited Shotgun Coach, BASC Safe Shot, BASC Shotgun Safety Officer, BASC Airgun Assessor, Firearms Awareness Rifle Trainer.
Accredited Witness for DSC2 and Deer Assessor.
Great Britain Junior Champion at Olympic Trap clay pigeon shooting 1978 & 1979
Welsh Olympic skeet (clay pigeon shooting) team member 1998-2009
Richard has 40 years shooting experience. His expertise covers Clay, Game, Deer Stalking and Coaching. His skills are derived from a variety of shooting activities, ranging from having been British Junior Clay Champion in the early years to organising game shooting and working for BASC to date.
Having spent 18+ years in teaching, Richard is excellent at communicating academic information and technique to individuals requiring coaching, this includes identifying traits or habits that may need honing. Novice or Experienced clients are equally provided for.
Covering the Northern Region & North Wales
M: 07831 327235
Duncan is one of BASC’s most experienced Shotgun Coaches. He coaches professionally at his shooting ground near Wrexham but also coaches, by request at other shooting grounds in North Wales. Duncan is also a member of the BASC Shotgun Coach Mentoring team as well as being a qualified Assessor and Internal Verifier. In 2013 Duncan was re-elected as a member of BASC’s Council and is the Council’s Member to Champion Shooting Standards and is also a member of BASC’s Welsh Committee.
As an accredited BASC training provider, Duncan also presents both the Introduction to Shotgun Shooting and the Safety Officer courses. Venues for both courses are available at his shooting ground and throughout the Northern Region. A member of both The Guild of Shooting Instructors and The Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors.
Based in West Glamorgan
Tel: 01639 701227
I have experience in all types of shotgun shooting including game, rough shooting, woodpigeon shooting, and clay pigeon and we run our own clay pigeon shoot.
Jane’s primary responsibility is the BASC Shotgun Coach Award and our team of BASC Shotgun Coaches, organising training, assessment days, coaching lines and related events such as Safe Shot across the country. Jane is a qualified A1 assessor, trained in evaluation and she is also one of our few female BASC Accredited Shotgun Coaches.
Jane enjoys working her Large Munsterlander, shotgun shooting and shopping – not particularly in that order!
Jamie has 30 year’s experience in instructing and coach development working at the National outdoor Centre for Wales as its Chief Instructor. He is a multi-disciplined coach assessor that has taken his passion for shooting into a professional portfolio of qualifications.
Jamie became qualified as a BASC Shotgun Coach in 2014.
Jamie has shot rifles and shotguns for over 40 years, from target shooting to Game shooting and pest control.
Happy teaching on a Clay Ground or out in the field Jamie is available to coach throughout North Wales and the North West.
Joining the BASC team in 2004 with a degree in Zoology and a PhD in Population biology, at Leicester University and Dundee University respectively, Peter initially worked in the Research Department before taking on the role of Director of Shooting Standards in 2007.
He is now responsible for setting the standards within shooting sports, training, coaching, education and introducing young people to shooting through BASC’s young shots programme. He has a great love of most forms of shooting, acquired whilst growing up in the Cambridgeshire fens, although he is particularly interested in wildfowling, rough shooting and fishing.
I have been mainly involved in forestry/arboriculture work wise self employed. I joined Gwynedd Council as a Tree Nursery Officer growing native trees from seed. Working along side numerous conservation bodies during this period; National Trust, Snowdonia National Park, Countryside Council for Wales, Forestry Commission, Local Government Biodiversity Dept, Volunteer groups and so on. My interests are shooting sports. I am a Game shooting syndicate member and Wildfowling club member. I also enjoy Deer Stalking.