The NRA Rifle Instructor Course is designed to develop NRA Certified Instructors who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to conduct and teach the NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course.
This is a two day course, taught by FRC’s Chief Instructor and NRA Training Counselor, John Hanchey. After completing the registration process students should submit their NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Course Completion Certificate (a pre-requisite for the Instructor Class) and the Pre-Course Questionnaire no later than one week prior to the first day of class. Please be advised that instructor candidates wishing to enroll in the class must be current with their NRA Basic Instructor Training (BIT) Certification. Detailed instructions for the class, including the gear list, will follow registration via e-mail.
Students meeting all the requirements, and who pass the class with a score of 90% or better, will be certified as NRA Rifle Instructors and will be authorized to teach NRA Basic Rifle Shooting courses.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to NRA Basic Rifle Shooting Lesson Plans
- Teaching Rifle Knowledge and Safe Handling
- Ammunition Knowledge and the Fundamentals of Rifle Shooting
- Instructional Methodology
- Improving Performance of Beginning Rifle Shooters
- Target Scoring, Rifle Maintenance, and Opportunities for Further Skill Development
- Live Fire
- Written Exam
Class length: 2 Days
What to bring: : A complete gear list will be provided once registration is complete.
**Please Note: This class is normally held no more than 2 times a year, and each class is limited to 10 students total.