NRA Basic Instructor Training
The NRA Instructor Training Consists of two parts:
Part 1: Basic Instructor Training (6 hours)
Part 2: NRA Discipline -Specific Instructor Training (5-14 hours)
- NRA Pistol, NRA Rifle and any other Discipline you would like to receive.
The Basic Instructor Training (BIT) is to be taken with each new Specific Discipline unless your BIT is within the two-year period. The Instructor candidate would have to bring proof of BIT still current with in the two-year period.
Prior to any Instructor Training each candidate needs to complete these items:
Pre- course questionnaire
Pre- course assessment
Only candidate who are successful in the pre-course assessments and who meet other specified requirements for NRA instructors, are eligible for certification
This course assumes you have a solid grasp on pistols, this course goes over how to be an Instructor what it takes through the NRA Certified Program
How to train- teach the NRA courses in the disciplines certified in
Basic Pistol and Revolver knowledge to train students
Safety and range rules
methods in training
Selection of pistols
Expectations and Outcomes
Once the student has completed both days of course and has met the performance standards stated by the NRA. Past both the written exam and shooting qualifications for the course.
The Instructor will complete the needed forms by NRA for the student to then go to the NRA website and complete the forms and pay fees to be an Instructor on there website
Intermediate, Instructor Training Courses, NRA Courses
Be an NRA member
Be 21 years of age
Citizen of Good Standing
The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.
ammunition 100 rounds
pistol 22 Caliber or larger nothing larger than 45 Caliber
eye and ear protection
If have a holster with 2 mags.
Range fee is seperate fee of $10-20 Depending on range