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Membership

Thank you for your interest in joining the CFMA.


Canadian Individual membership fee: $50


Club membership:

  • Up to 15 members: $200

  • 15 to 30 members: $300

  • + 30 members: $400


Members of registered CFMA clubs are automatically also members of the
Canadian Federation of Mounted Archery.


International & Associate membership: $20

 

Benefits of Membership:

1. Availability of Liability insurance for registered clubs
2. Keep updated on latest mounted archery happenings with group email
3. Access to meetings and a voice in building HBA in Canada
4. Access to director positions
5. Discounts for clinics, training camps and domestic competitions
6. Full transparency of CFMA activities and finances
7. Access to the IHAA grading system and postal matches
8. Access to “by invite only” international competitions

 

Individual Membership Form

 

Club Membership Form

Members Outside of Canada:

International Membership Form


For more information, email degoodwin@mac.com

 
The CFMA Approved Coach Registry (ACR)

Horseback archery in Canada is relatively new but expanding quickly.  Entering the sport is best done through the guidance of a good teacher with experience in the sport.  The CFMA Approved Coach Registry offers newcomers a list of Canadian horse-archery educators who the CFMA deems to be well-suited to coach students with high standards of ethics, professionalism, skill, experience, and safety.  This will keep us on track for a bright future in Canadian horse-archery.

This registry will come into effect as per January 1st 2020. 

Three CFMA coach levels are recognized according to the following requirements:

 

CFMA Level 1 Coach—Beginner Students

  • Be a registered CFMA member for at least 1 year.

  • IHAA HA Level 1 performance in at least one competition or 60 points at an official KHOW .

  • Educational participation in at least three clinics or lesson series from a recognized horse-archery educator with at least 5 years experience, and or achieved the qualification of being a Kassai Horse-archery International Judge.

  • Participation in at least 1 horse-archery competition.

 

CFMA Level 2 Coach—Intermediate Students

  • Be a registered CFMA member for at least 2 years.

  • IHAA HA Level 2 or 90 points at 2 official KHOW events.

  • Educational participation in at least three clinics or lesson series from a recognized horse-archery educator with at least 5 years experience, and or achieved the qualification of being a Kassai Horse-archery International Judge

  • Participation in at least 2 horse-archery competitions

 

CFMA Level 3 Coach—Advanced Students

  • Be a registered CFMA member for at least 3 years.

  • IHAA HA Level 3 or 120 points at 2 official KHOW events.

  • Educational participation in at least three clinics or lesson series from a recognized horse-archery educator with at least 5 years experience, and or achieved the qualification of being a Kassai Horse-archery International Judge.

  • Participation in at least 3 horse-archery competitions.

 

All CFMA Coaches must also meet the following requirements: 

  • Agree to a vulnerable sector police check.

  • Maintain updated first aid certification.

  • Completed the NCCP concussion awareness training module: Making Headway in Sport.

  • Complete the NCCP Making Ethical Decisions Online Evaluation.

  • Read the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Equines: Find it HERE 

  • Confirming that this Code of Practice has been read.

  • Once it becomes available in 2020, take the EC licensing test about this Code of Practice. You will get notified by the CFMA when this will become mandatory.

  • Sign and submit EC Code of Ethics. Read the Code HERE

  • Sign and submit NCCP Coaching Code of Conduct. Read the Code of Conduct HERE

  • Sign and submit an agreement to follow the CFMA Safe and Ethical Operating Procedures for the Horse-archery Memorandum, which will be available in March 2020.

 

The policy of the CFMA is to support and work with interested individuals who wish to achieve CFMA recognition as a horse-archery coach in Canada.  To apply, use the google form available below.

Contact  Lance Bishop, director of coaching and safety, today to learn more or if you have questions about becoming a horse-archery instructor.  lance@wildmountain.ca