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Texas Concealed Handgun License
allows residents and
to meet all the requirements to apply for the
Texas Concealed Handgun License
. This class
meets and exceeds
Texas Concealed Handgun License Requirements!
Certified Firearm Instructors
, students receive a
explanation on how to use their firearm and when they can use it,
with a dedicated discussion on how to defend themselves before, during, and after a lawful defensive use of their firearm!
This class is
informative, intense, and respected by Texas and other law-enforcement agencies (outside of Texas) throughout the U.S. If you're thinkiing of carrying a firearm in public, this is the class for you!
Texas Concealed Handgun License Class -
1 Day Class
Everything you need in one class with a concentration on Texas CHL laws, when and where you can carry, the do's and dont's about concealed carry in Texas and surrounding states.
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$99.95 per student
-8+ Hours (not 4) In-Person Classroom, Range, and discussion on the judicial use of a firearm. - Everything is completed in a single day! -EXCEEDS Texas classroom requirements. -EXCEEDS Texas Live-Fire Range Requirements. -EXCEEDS Texas state requirements. - Accepted by all Texas Counties -Personalized Instruction! Students receive one-on-one training whenever possible. -Extensive student manual is provided for review and reference. Students can refer to this handbook when they have general questions; legal questions must always be directed to a Texas attorney. -Live customer support available Monday-Friday 9-5 (holidays exempted). -EXCEEDS Live-Fire Requirements. - Whenever possible, classes are held at a local Cabela's, Sportsman's Warehouse, Sheel's, private gun store, or other major retailers. - NO BIAS information and considerations for purchasing a firearm.
* Winter months are October - February and may require separate range day depending on the weather. ** Classes are non-refundable. We understand life changes and will accommodate up to 2 rescheduled classes.
Most instructor courses are discipline specific. During training students will learn about policies and procedures; improve public speaking skills; training methodologies; work in teams; learn about training aids; organize a course, prepare a budget; and learn how to instruct in a helpful and meaningful manner.
Role-playing is an important part of instructor training, therefore, the minimum class size should be at least four students with additional students encouraged. Students will take turns working in teams and conduct portions of the training curriculum to understand how to teach their students.
The NRA Instructor Training Course is designed to teach you how to teach others to shoot using NRA lesson plans and training methods. You will need to demonstrate your firearms proficiency during the Pre-Course Assessment.
In addition, they must attend and successfully complete the appropriate NRA Basic Firearm Training Course prior to attending an NRA Instructor Training Course. Apprentice instructor ratings are available in the three disciplines of rifle, pistol, and shotgun.
Students will learn to shoot effectively with one hand, using the dominant hand and/or the non-dominant hand. We will work on mental conditioning to prepare the student to effectively deal with a sudden threat to their life or the life of another.
All certified firearms instructors, as well as active-duty, veteran law enforcement and military personnel are eligible to apply to become Flash Point Precision Training instructors. Instructors will receive the training needed to help students build upon and improve their basic skills to effectively use their firearm and gain on target, well grouped shots each and every time.
This course will help you develop the additional knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to organize and teach firearms courses. Participants will learn to diagnose and correct student weaknesses, analyze and score targets, design and run courses of fire. Develop and implement comprehensive firearms training programs.
We hold our instructors to the absolute highest standard and we teach to the absolute highest standard. Level 1 Firearm Instructors want to ensure all attendees have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet course standards. Qualification standards allow is to quickly assess their abilities in order to prepare them for the next level of training.
Courses are conducted in a skill building manner, beginning with basic instructor training. Students then go on to learn a specific discipline and how to present that as an instructor. Students demonstrate organizational skills, teaching skills, participate in practical exercises, and pass an instructor examination scoring 90% or higher.
The NRA Training Counselor who conducts your course will make a recommendation to NRA concerning your certification based on an evaluation of your knowledge, skills, and attitude. You will be asked to demonstrate your organizational and teaching skills through participation in several practical exercises during the course of your training.
Instructors evaluate performance based on the students ability to handle firearms, use appropriate training aids, following lesson plans, understand learning objectives, set goals. and apply advanced training skills to develop good shooting habits.
To be certified as an NRA Instructor, students must complete this 6-hour course that teaches material common to all NRA courses. This course does not certify the instructor candidate to teach any NRA courses. Additional discipline-specific instructor training is required to certify instructor candidates to teach specific courses.
NRA Assistant Instructors are individuals 18 years of age or older who assist certified instructors to gain the knowledge and experience needed to become certified instructors. Assistant instructors must complete the same instructor level course. The Assistant Instructor ratings are available in six disciplines.
NRA Certified Instructors provide an invaluable service in their communities by training hundreds of thousands of individuals annually. As firearm and shooting activities expand, and more Americans choose to exercise their right to carry a firearm, so too grows the need for these courses.
If you are 21 years of age or older and have the knowledge, skills and attitude, you have the opportunity to become an NRA Certified Instructor. As an instructor, you can experience the personal satisfaction of teaching others that will lead to a lifetime of safe, enjoyable, successful firearm and shooting activities.
Become adept at working with the handgun from the holster, including drawing safely, efficiently, and quickly, and safely re-holstering. You will learn to shoot quickly but accurately, fire multiple shots with full control and will learn to reload the pistol quickly and efficiently using speed and emergency reloads.
A complete NRA Instructor Training Course consists of two parts. The first is basic instructor training, which consists of 6 hours of instruction. The second part is discipline-specific instructor training, which consists of an additional 5 to 14 hours of instruction per discipline. For example, an NRA Instructor Training Course in rifle, pistol, and shotgun lasts at least 40 hours.
The Shotgun Instructor Course teaches instructors how to teach the Basics of Shotgun Shooting Course in the classroom and at the range. Topics include teaching students how to hold a Shotgun, Shotgun stances, parts of a shotgun. How to tell the difference between shotgun ammunition and which is best to use.
The NRA Personal Protection Instructor Course aka NRA PPITH Instructor Course teaches students how to make their home a safer place to live. By dividing their home and its surrounding into specific security zones, evaluating their home for a potential break-in, how to use their gun for self-defense, firearms and the Law.
Students will be required to demonstrate proper safe gun handling of a pistol attending 16 hours of training. Candidates will demonstrate proper application of the fundamentals of shooting and weapon manipulations through a series of challenging evaluation courses adhering to specific target standards.
Days 2 and 3 are the discipline-specific days, and will begin with the Pre-Course Qualification described. The course length will vary according to discipline (Rifle is 10 hours, Pistol is 11 hours, Shotgun is 11 hours, and Home Firearms Safety is 5 hours – listed hours are minimums and may be exceeded, if necessary).
The course is to provide the student with a solid foundation in basic knowledge of handgun safety, various types of handguns, an understanding of ammunition and how it functions, shooting fundamentals and an introduction to defensive shooting skills.
This course teaches you the policies and procedures for becoming an NRA instructor as well as effective teaching methods for training students. Basic Instructor Training is a pre-requisite for all instructor level courses.