Tuition Cost: $150.00 each.
Course Length: Not less than ten and one half Hours. If this is your first NRA instructor course and you need the Basic Instructor Training class (a pre-requisite) which is taught on the Saturday morning prior to this class from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., then the total time will be no less than 16 and one half hours, classroom and non-shooting range time. You will need to add the BIT course registration to your cart to register for the Basic Instructor Training class.
Course Goals: To develop NRA Certified Chief Range Safety Officers who posses the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations and train Certified Range Safety Officers.
Student Text: NRA Basic Range Safety Officer Course Student Study Guide
Course Lessons: Lesson 1- Introduction to the NRA Chief Range Safety Officer Course (up to One Hour)
Lesson 2- Teaching the Role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures (up to One Hour)
Lesson 3- Teaching Range Inspection and Range Rules (up to Two Hours)
Lesson 4- Teaching Range Safety Briefing (up to Two Hours)
Lesson 5- Teaching Emergency Procedures (up to Two Hours)
Lesson 6- Teaching Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions (up to Three Hours)
Lesson 7- Test and Review (up to Two Hours)
What to Bring: A safe attitude; a desire for additional safety, a desire to teach, and firearm knowledge and skills. Snacks and drinks if you wish. Your current NRA training certificates.
What we will provide: NRA Chief Range Safety Officer Course Student Study Guide; Various Brochures; Various rifles, shotguns, pistols and revolvers; Writing materials; various learning and training aids; multiple handouts; dummy ammunition (snap-caps); Enthusiasm; a safe learning environment. NRA “Chief Range Safety Officer Certificate”.
Notes: There is no shooting, dry firing, or ownership program associated with this course. Safety only. Pre-registration is required so that we will have sufficient materials on hand for all participants.
1) You must currently be an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer
2) Pre-course Questionnaire. This will be sent to you upon your registration.
3) You must be legally able to own firearms