Tuesday, April 9, 2024

ATA’S Crossbow Technician Certification Course Is Live


New Ulm, MN — Course content for the ATA’s new Crossbow Technician Certification course is now live. The course launched at the 2024 ATA Show and was modeled after the ATA’s original Bow Technician Certification course for compound bows. ATA members can sign up for either course to gain immediate access to the on-demand educational video materials.

Watch the video above for a sneak peek at what to expect in ATA’s Crossbow Technician Certification course, which has an on-demand online component and an in-person practical assessment. In short, the course covers numerous maintenance tasks, including crossbow assembly and common services like string and cable replacement and cam timing, on a variety of crossbow styles and brands. Students will also receive information on how to diagnose causes of damage on crossbows.

Each certification course (crossbow and compound bow) costs $600. Individuals can sign up for both courses at a discounted price of $995, a savings of over $200. Use code “BOWCOMBO” to receive the special price. Click here to enroll.

Please contact Kurt Smith, ATA’s director of industry relations, at kurtsmith@archerytrade.org with questions.

About the Archery Trade Association
The Archery Trade Association is the organization for manufacturers, retailers, distributors, sales representatives and others working in the archery and bowhunting industry. The ATA has served its members since 1953. We work to increase the recruitment and retention of new, current and once-active archers and bowhunters. We are the driving force in defending, educating, and lobbying for the greater good of the industry and sport. We preserve and promote archery and bowhunting’s rich heritage to ensure active consumer participation, and successful manufacturing and retailing for generations to come. The organization also owns and operates the ATA Show, the archery and bowhunting industry's largest and longest-running trade show worldwide.