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Assistant Instructor Course

An Overview on How to Teach Others

  • Starts Jun 29
  • 275 US dollars
  • Location 1

Available spots

Service Description

Understanding the adult learning process is important to effectively instruct other adults. This class is an introduction on HOW to teach. It is designed for those individuals who are wanting to become a firearms instructor but do not have much training or experience doing so. Starting as an Assistant Instructor (AI) is a great way to get your feet wet. This class is also helpful for instructors who work with a cadre of others, and may take turns taking the lead and helping out as a line coach. Training includes classroom learning, dry fire exercises and live fire exercises. We cover topics such as: Defining critical roles, Communication, Coverage, Choreography, Control, Where to stand and what to look for, scan techniques, how/when to correct or coach, emergency situations, and more... Prerequisite: NRA Instructor certification and/or NRA RSO certification. ​8 hour class. Equipment List: Notepad & pen Eye protection Electronic ear protection Baseball hat Centerfire handgun Rigid holster, such as kydex (No Serpa type holsters) Sturdy belt 2-3 magazines 200 rounds ammunition (no reloads, please) Weather appropriate attire Close-toed shoes Lunch/snacks Water Sunscreen Folding chair for range (optional)

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Students MUST have their NRA RSO or NRA Instructor Certification prior to attending class. Students will be required to send a copy of their certification to LisaS@PacwestDefense no less than 3 days prior to the start of class. No refunds will be given for this class.

Contact Details

  • Vancouver, WA, USA

    +1 3603347009

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