Arrsers far and wide, I have been selected to be a shooting instructor at a summer camp this summer and I need help. This camp business is all about making the most of summer FOR THE KIDS, and it is up to the counselors to do this. Whether they are up all night preping the next lesson or spending hours of extra time with a camper in order for them to achieve the perfect shooting position. Although this is not a specifically shooting camp, it's just my role. I hope I will have the drive and determination to put in the hours, certain activities I have participated in show I do. But the thing that is bothering me the most is the amount of material I have (or the lack of) in actually teaching the subject. At the moment I have a few handouts from when i was in cadets and my experience, but I feel so under prepped and all I want to do is give these kids the best shooting experience I can as this will probably define if they carry on shooting in their lives, or even if they enjoy it. As for my experience, I have been shooting for just over 4 years will all the weapons the cadets allow, as well as participating in some of their competitions over the years, never was able to go to Bisley (I did qualify twice though) cause that was the only time my parents got off and when we could go on holiday. Family comes first. I have also been on the cadet coaching course, but a lot of what I learned there won't matter as it is just a 25 yard range. The position does not require any formal qualifications and does include training beforehand on how to deal with the kids with regards to discipline etc. What I really am asking for are training pams, aids and anything else you could supply. The camp requires me to teach prone, sitting, kneeling and standing positions when using a .22 target rifle at 25 yards. Included with this are the load, make ready and unload drills. I also require information of the duties of the RCO. I am aware that the septics control ranges in their own way, but they can bugger off cause I am the RCO there and the British way is easier to understand and is just a better system in general. I would really, really, really appreciate any information given - even in PM to keep it out of the general public domain. Thanks again.