Keeping You Safe
The safety of our workshop participants is paramount. Due to Covid-19, we have introduced additional safety measures and will continue to follow government advice and regulations to ensure you can safely enjoy our workshops.
The actions we are taking to keep us all safe are detailed below:
Safe Travel to Shooting Locations
Covid-19 is transmitted by close contact. Government advice is that people from different households should not share a vehicle. Consequently, we are asking workshops participants to meet us at the shooting locations. We have deliberately chosen locations that have good parking and are relatively easy to find. We will provide detailed instructions on how to find each location (including a map of the destination area showing where you can park).
For those who do not drive we have several workshops operating in Inverness which benefits from good public transport links. Inverness provides a wide range of shooting environments within easy walking distance of the city centre.
Who can attend our workshops
Participants Limited to a Single Household
We are currently limiting our workshops to a maximum of 3 participants. All participants must be from a single household (or within an approved bubble). Consequently, most workshops will operate on a one-to-one basis. On the plus side, this does mean that each participant gets the benefit of more personal tuition and guidance.
Information for visitors from within Scotland
From 2 November 2020, Scotland entered into a tiered system. Regrettably, we have decided that we are unable to accept workshop participants from tiers 3 and above as the advice is not to travel outside their local area. Should Scotland enter a national lockdown at any point then all workshops will cease whilst the situation continues.
Information for visitors from England, Wales and Northern Ireland
During any period when England, Wales, or Northern Ireland are in a national lockdown (or firebreak/circuit break) we are unable to accept workshop participants from these countries.
As each devolved nation eases restrictions so we hope (subject to the rules in Scotland) to be able to accept workshop participants from areas deemed to be low or medium risk.
Information for visitors from Outside the United Kingdom
For the foreseeable future we are not able to accept bookings from people outside of the United Kingdom. We will continue to monitor the and follow all official advice. We hope to be able to accept guests at some point in 2021, but have decided not to take any advanced bookings at this stage.
Social Distancing & Personal Protective Equipment
As far as possible we will adhere to recommended Social distancing to mitigate the chance of covid transmission. This means we will maintain a physical distance of 2 metres at most times. There may be occasions where, for teaching or demonstration purposes, it is helpful to be closer than 2 metres. We will only come closer than 2 metres with your permission and will wear a suitable face covering.
We will have a supply of disposable face coverings available if you do not have your own. Face coverings must be worn whenever it is not possible to maintain a distance of at least 2 metres.
A supply of hand sanitiser will be available if you do not have your own.
No-Risk Workshop Payment and Cancellation Terms
We operate a flexible payment and cancellation policy.
- We accept payment by bank transfer up to 24 hours before the workshop. Alternatively by cash on the day of the workshop.
- You can cancel without charge at any time. You can cancel for any reason (not necessarily Covid related) and we do not ask why. We just ask that you tell us as soon as possible.
- If we cancel a workshop we will give as much notice as possible.
- Any advanced payments will be refunded If a workshop is cancelled.