ND Shooting Sports Risk Management/Safe Environment Training. Planning for a Successful Safe Experience. Basic Instructor Expectations. It is expected that our volunteers are ready before or on time. Your attitude is positive and upbeat.
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Planning for a Successful Safe Experience
1. Always use positive reinforcement (catch them doing something good)
2. Your first approach is to simply redirect the child.
3. Your next strategy is to identify the behavior, indicate the correct behavior, and ask for compliance. (focus on behavior not person)
4. If child fails to complete the request, they may need a time out. After the time out, the correct behavior is discussed and child can return to the group if they can comply. (You cannot leave them unsupervised.)
5. If a child is too disruptive, then they may need to be removed from the group. (where do they go and who takes them) (Complete behavior report)
6. Do not use a consequence that is unreasonable or would cause a safety concern.
7. Organize the activity to best manage the group. (Consider small/large group, activity needs, attention span, movement, transitions, and weather needs)
8. Plan enough activities to keep kids busy.
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