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This is an 8-hour CRSO course. You must be 21 years old to take this course. You must have completed the Basic Range Safety Officer Course. NRA Chief Range Safety Officer candidates should be experienced shooters, involved in many aspects of target shooting, training, and range supervision. The NRA encourages active shooters to learn more and become responsible for the safety of fellow shooters through this program. ICEFDT provides a plush conference room in an air-conditioned professional office with a Keurig, refrigerator, restrooms, cozy conference room chairs, and an HD projection screen. This doesn’t get any better! Contact Ron David at 301.828.5879 with questions.
Everything you need to know to be successful as a credentialed NRA Chief Range Safety Officer
What is the role of the CRSO?
What role does the CRSO play in developing the Standard Operating Procedures Manual?
What role does the CRSO play on the range?
How to teach the RSO class.
How to have a GREAT attitude.
Expectations and Outcomes
You will become a certified CRSO.
Proof of RSO training
Proof of Basic Instructor Training (BIT)
You must already possess Range Safety Officer Credentials.