The NRA Instructor Training Program is designed to train experienced shooters to teach NRA Basic Firearm Training Courses as NRA Certified Instructors. Instructor training courses are conducted by NRA Training Counselors.
NRA Instructor Training Courses teach candidates how to teach firearm safety and shooting skills to others using NRA instructional methodologies and training materials. In conducting these courses, Training Counselors play the role of facilitators who guide instructor candidates in the practice of the training process. NRA Instructor Training Courses do not teach shooting skills. The possession of basic shooting skills is one of the prerequisites for attending an instructor training course.
Certified Instructor: 21 years of age or older;
Assistant Instructor: 18 years of age or older;
Apprentice Instructor: 13-17 years of age.
Certified: 90 percent or higher;
Assistant: 85 percent or higher;
Apprentice: 85 percent or higher.
the appropriate certification fee.
Training Counselor Aaron teaching a class.
One of our Students now teaching a class.