NRA Courses

Refuse To Be A Victim - A 4-hour seminar on crime prevention and personal safety, which is not about firearms.

Basic Pistol Phase I Online - A self-paced online course for beginners and a prerequisite for attending the Basic Pistol Phase II Practical course.

Basic Pistol Phase II Practical - A 5-hour session includes classroom and range work. The course objectives include safe gun handling; fundamentals of determining your dominant eye, proper two-handed grip, etc.; loading, cocking, de-cocking, unloading, and pistol maintenance; shooting positions and shooting qualification.

Personal Protection In The Home - is an 8-hour course that includes classroom and range work. Objectives of the course include firearms and the law, demonstrations both in class and at the range, mindset and visualization, firearm selection, single verses double-action pistols, presenting the pistol defensively, reloading, technique, and defensive accuracy.

Personal Protection Outside The Home - is at least 9-hours for the basic course (Level 1) or 14 hours with the advanced course (Level 2). The course covers an introduction to concealed carry safety with a defensive mindset. Introduction to self-defense while carrying concealed; legal aspects; carry modes and concealment; presenting the pistol from concealment; presentation, position, and movement; special shooting techniques.

Basic Rifle - A 14-hour course for students new to firearms wishing to learn how to shoot a rifle from 5 different positions.