NRA Training (www.nratraining.com)

A website devoted to active NRA-certified instructors.

Submit Basic Course Reports Online

After several years of trying to find the basic course report forms, making copies of the forms, finding stamps, envelopes and remembering to mail the basic course report, the instructors at www.nratraining.com have gotten high-tech. We have built an online form that will forward your course report to NRA HQ, give you a printable version of the form and email you a copy of the results for your records. All free. No forms to find, stamps to buy or any hassle—fast, cheap and easy!

To submit your basic course report, go here.

NRA Instructor Development Course

Back for another year is the the three-day weekend NRA Instructor Development Course marathon. This year the festivities consume Aug 31, Sep 1, Sep 2, 2002

Do you have what it takes? Look over the pre-course assessment exercises.

Here is a preliminary training schedule available.

Here is the instructor training course application.

If you are an experienced shooter, interested in helping teach new shooters, you might want to consider becoming an NRA certified instructor.

NRA Certified instructors are needed in a wide variety of areas, including:

If you're like most shooters, you are already taking people to the range for their first shooting session. Are you up to date on the latest shooting techniques? Do you have liability insurance to cover you while you're teaching a new shooter? If you get certified as an NRA instructor, you will be up-to-date on the latest instructional and shooting techniques. Also, as an NRA certified instructor, you are eligible for special instructor insurance programs through the NRA.

The Washington State Training Network is sponsoring an NRA Instructor Development Course over the weekend of June 22-24, 2002. This three day course will offer you the option of getting certified to teach up to three of the courses listed below:

You don't need to be an NRA member to attend!

The classes will be held in the Seattle area—the first day of class will be held in Redmond and the second and third days of classes will be conducted at different gun clubs in the Seattle area.

We will also be offering American Red Cross First Aid training for an additional fee of $30.

Seats are limited and you must register in advance.

If you want to be notified of upcoming courses, please contact:

Cambria Leonberger
Instructor Training
PO Box 13198
Mill Creek, WA 98082-1198
(425) 836-3902
cambria@nratraining.com

NRA Training Counselor Course

Are you an NRA-Certified instructor that wants to teach other instructors how to conduct courses? If you have taught at least five classes and have taught at least twenty-five students, you may be ready to become a NRA Training Counselor.

If you want a TC course in your area, please fill out the on-line form.

Click here for the NRA Training Counselor application.

RTBAV Instructor Development Course

There will be a Refuse to Be a Victim Instructor Development Workshop held at the Washington Arms Collectors Gun Show in Puyallup on Saturday, May 18, 2002.

To register, click here

NRA Instructor Online Listings

Active NRA instructors can add themselves to this web site's NRA Instructor List.

To register, click here.

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