National Fishing in Schools Program
This page/region of the website is designed to provide support and assistance to NFSP Certified Teachers. These are the "troops on the ground" who teach the NFSP curriculum in our public and private schools.
Please check here regularly for updates, revisions, etc., as we are continually adding what we hope are helpful topics to make your job easier and more productive.
Training . . . How to become an NFSP educator
Teacher Training Registration Form . . . sign up for NFSP certification
Teacher Training Evaluation Form . . . feedback following your training session
Teacher Training Demo Video . . . brief look at a training
Typical Training Agenda . . . general schedule of typical training
National Academic Standards . . . how NFSP meets standards
NFSP Application Form . . . apply for "Fishing in Schools"
FAQs. . . teachers ask questions
Pop Quizzes . . . helpful tips & ideas (use for students if you wish)
"How to" teaching aids & tips video clips . . . on YouTube
Surveys . . . to facilitate input from you and your students
Every teacher wishing to teach the curriculum of the "Fishing in Schools" program must be certified by an NFSP Certified Teacher Trainer. A teacher may take the training at any scheduled workshop in advance of his/her school/institution committing to the program.
These one day sessions are scheduled from time-to-time and are held in a variety of locations. The cost is $50 per person (credited against the cost of the program once acquired.) To sign up for a session, please fill out and submit the registration form below.
Current NFSP teacher training schedule:
Training scheduling is frequently updated; if you are interested in hosting a training, please contact us
visited SJJA today and we had a great training
I have run a fly fishing program for years.
While I have had success on an individual basis with
teaching casting, this was the first time that I saw
15 students learn to fly fish within 45 minutes. I
was very impressed!
"Katie, the post-training survey did not quite cover enough about what a fantastic job you did for us in Reno on January 7. You are truly a great and I would feel personally insulted if you came to our area again and did not let me know so that we could get together for lunch/dinner, wet a line, etc...
This is a tremendous sportfishing area and there should be opportunity for NFSP to shine. I do hope so!Our conversation was warm, welcome, and informative.
Thank you (if for nothing else, helping to clean up my unsatisfactory casting stroke)."
CK Baily, Carson High School