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USCCA – CCHDF – Certified Instructor (March 20 – 21)
03/20/2021 @ 8:30 am - 03/21/2021 @ 5:00 pm UTC-5$597.00
USCCA Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals – CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR Course
LENGTH: Approximately 16 hours over two days, including written exam and live fire qualifications.
Upon successfully completing this course, you will become a USCCA Certified Instructor, uniquely authorized to teach the USCCA course, Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals. This course has become the gold standard across the United States for law abiding Americans seeking to obtain their concealed carry permit. As a USCCA certified instructor, you will be trained and equipped to provide world-class instruction to students. You will have access to our world class classroom materials (including a full set of PowerPoint presentations and classroom videos). During this two-day training course, you’ll be taught by a USCCA Training Counselor on a number of valuable topics, including: The top ten instructor mistakes, and how to avoid them; teaching best practices; and running a safe live fire range. You’ll also have a chance to demonstrate your knowledge of the USCCA training material through seven short presentations to a group of your peers, as well as running a live fire range, guiding your peers through the safe completion of the USCCA course of fire. After completion of this course, you’ll not only be intimately familiar with the USCCA training methodology and materials, you’ll be a far better instructor and presenter, regardless of the topic of choice.
Student must be at least 21 years of age to take this class.
BRING TO CLASS:
Each student will need to bring one firearm, at least 100 rounds of proper ammunition (BRASS AMMMO ONLY allowed in the range) for that firearm, and eye and ear protection. If you have prescription glasses, you may wear these in lieu of safety glasses. Your firearm and ammunition will be inspected prior to range qualifications.
A minimum of a .22 caliber handgun or larger is required.
Students will receive their USCCA Certified Instructor credential upon successful completion of this class.
Closed-toed shoes (no sandals), shirts with long sleeves and collar close to neck (no low-cut shirts), pants or long shorts, and baseball cap.