Basic Instructor Course 6 hours
This is the NRA’s method for teaching new students. This course is required every 2 years or before a new instructor certification can be earned after the expiration of the last renewal.
Home Firearm Safety 6 hours
Teach the student how to handle and store firearms safely in the home.
Teach the basic safe care and use of a rifle for target and sports shooting.
This a required course for those wanting to work Youth Shooting Sports programs, including Royal Rangers, LDS Camps, BSA, GSA, VFW, American Legion and more.
Basic Shotgun Instructor 11 hours
Teach basic safe care and use of a shotgun for trap and sports shooting.
This is a required course for those desiring to work with Youth Shooting Sports
Teach basic safe care and use of a pistol for target and sports shooting.
This is a required course for those desiring to work with Youth Shooting Sports.
Teach basic safe care and use of a rifle, shotgun, and pistol for target and sports shooting.
Teach basic safe care and use of equipment and materials required to load metallic cartridges.
Teach basic safe care of use of equipment and materials required to load shotshells.
The following courses will prepare the Instructor to teach the basic knowledge skills and attitude required to shoot, use and care for a firearm or a reloading processes. Instructors who have not completed the basic course will be required to pass the basic course exam and demonstrate shooting proficiency as part of this Instructor Course.
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Teach the student the safe care and use of a pistol inside the home. The Student will be required to have a holster, pistol, magazines/speed loaders and appropriate magazine/speedloader holders. This is a beginning defensive pistol course. The Candidate must be a Certified Pistol Instructor to take this course. (This course is also required before the Personal Protection outside the home Student Course can be taken.)
Students learn the basic skills necessary to protect themselves outside the home. Students will be drawing from the holster and purses, using flashlights, and cover and concealment during this course. In some states, this is a CCW Course.
Students who do not demonstrate proficiency with gun handling skills or defensive accuracy will be required to take the Advanced Pistol course before they may take the Personal Protection Outside the Home Instructor Course. This decision will be made by the Training Counselor teaching the course.
Teach the student the basic skills necessary to protect themselves outside the home. This course requires the Instructor have completed the Basic Pistol Instructor, Personal Protection Inside the Home Instructor and Basic Personal Protection Outside the Home before taking this course.
This course may only be taught by NRA Certified Advanced Pistol Instructors. This course starts where the Personal Protection Inside the Home Course stops. This included advanced techniques for learning to draw from the holster and performing speed drills with defensive accuracy. Shooting while moving and from behind cover and concealment is included. Students completing the Inside the home course may be required to take this course before attempting the Personal Protection Outside the Home course. The determination will be made by the Training Counselor during the Basic PPOH course.
Teach Students to safely operate a shooting facility and provide instruction for range management and proper response to urgent situations that may develop in the normal course and scope of the ranges functions. This course is required for those desiring to work with Youth Shooting Sports Programs. (see basic rifle instructor program above)
This course is for Range Safety Officers and teaches students how to develop Standard Operation Procedures for Shooting Facilities and Certify Range Safety Officers.
The FBI reports that a violent crime takes place in the US every 7 seconds. What can you do to reduce your exposure to these events?
Learn how to reduce the opportunity for those with evil intent to take advantage of the student in their home, work, and social activities including; Home Security Measures, Protecting Financial Activities from unauthorized access and fraud, providing higher levels of security when traveling and more.
Learn to teach students the multiple ways they can adapt their personal habits and lifestyles in day to day living.