Professional NRA & USCCA Certified Firearms Trainers - Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, Personal Protection, Reloading
If you are an NRA or USCCA Certified Instructor or would like to become one, we offer both instructor training and opportunities for you to teach while we handle most of the paperwork and we make sure you get paid for your instructional services.
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Become a NAFT Instructor. Download the application and either mail it to us, or scan it and e-mail it to us.
USCCA Instructor Training
If interested in becoming an USCCA Instructor contact NAFT's USCCA Training Counselor Mr. Rob Barry at Rob@naft-llc.com for the latest on our next USCCA Instructor Certification Course: Successfully passing the USCCA Instructor one-and-a-half-day course of instruction in conjunction with the USCCA's prerequisite instructor online training modules certifies you as a USCCA Instructor. USCCA requires instructor candidates to complete their online Instructor training modules AND purchase the USCCA Instructor Toolkit as a prerequisite for the classroom training with a USCCA Certified Training Counselor- there are no exceptions this requirement. et by the US347.00 (non-negotiable). Start Time 8:30 am.
NRA Instructor Training Opportunities
Friday Oct 4: NRA Basic Instructor Training
Saturday Oct 5: NRA Pistol Instructor Certification Course
Saturday Nov 9: NRA Range Safety Officer Certification
In order to become an NRA Certified Instructor in any discipline, the NRA requires you to complete their Basic Instructor Training (BIT) course within 24 months of taking the discipline-specific instructor course. Once completed, BIT remains valid for 24 months and you can add other instructor certifications without taking BIT again.
For Rifle, Shotgun, and Pistol Instructor Certification, the NRA now requires that you complete the Basic student course as a prerequisite for the instructor course. Prior to the instructor course you must also pass a pre-course qualification that demonstrates your proficiency with the fundamentals of safe gun handling and basic marksmanship skills. You’ll then need to complete the Pistol Instructor Certification course.
For more detailed description on the process to become an NRA Instructor open this file: