NRA Range Safety Officer Certification Course
Basic - Presented by NRA Chief Range Safety Officer, Candy Petticord
Duration: 9 hours classroom, 1 hour lunch
There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.
This nine-hour, non-shooting certification course will be conducted both in a classroom and on a range and it focuses on preparing a student to become a Range Safety Officer through learning the fundamentals of range safety and safe range operation during live-fire events.
Range Safety Officer candidates will learn:
NRA’s rules for safe gun handling
The roles and responsibilities of the Range Safety Officer (RSO)
Range Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and their use
Range inspection procedures
How to conduct range safety briefings
How to execute Range emergency procedures
How to diagnose and resolve firearm stoppages and malfunctions
Expectations and Outcomes
Each Range Safety Officer Candidate will receive a Range Safety Officer (RSO) Student Study Guide, a Basic Firearm Training Program brochure, an NRA Gun Safety Rules brochure, and a Course Evaluation form.
Successful completion of the NRA Range Safety Officer Course is dependent on:
The Student’s participation and performance in class discussions and exercises.
The Student attaining a score of 90 percent or higher on the open book RSO Examination.
Basic, Intermediate, NRA Courses
Please bring a current, unexpired Ohio Driver License or CCW/CHL to class. If you are a current NRA Member and wish to have your NRA Member ID# printed on your certificate, please be prepared to provide this number.
The instructor requires a copy of your Government Issued ID once you register.
The instructor requires a copy of your Concealed Carry Weapons permit once you register.
Notebook, pen, 1" binder to hold class materials, lunch, drinks, and snacks. Door Dash, GrubHub, etc. are also available for delivery to our location. 😋