By becoming a USCCA Instructor, you can arm your students with the highest quality materials to ensure they know how to safely handle their firearm.
Steps To Become A Certified Instructor
1. Activate and complete the USCCA Concealed Carry & Home Defense Fundamentals eLearning module. Click here for more information on the eLearning and USCCA instructor Toolkit or Call 1-877-577-4800 - $250.00
2. Sign up for one of Boondocks' USCCA Instructor Certification class with a USCCA Training Counselor - $347.00
3. Attend a USCCA Instructor Certification course with a USCCA Training Counselor and qualify by passing both live fire and written examinations.
Live Fire Requirements:
- Defensive Firearm - 9mm or 38 Caliber or larger
- 100 Rounds of Ammunition
- Eye & Ear Protection
- Cap or Visor
You will receive your toolkit after completing the USCCA Instructor Certification Course.
No matter where you are in your firearms training, we have an instructor option for you!
NRA Instructor training courses are conducted by NRA Training Counselors. Training Counselors are active and experienced instructors who have been certified by NRA to train experienced shooters to teach others to shoot.
To qualify as an NRA Instructor: Candidates must possess and demonstrate a solid background in firearm safety and shooting skills acquired through previous firearm training and/or previous shooting experience. Instructor candidates must be intimately familiar with each action type in the discipline they wish to be certified.
Candidates will be required to demonstrate solid and safe firearms handling skills required to be successful during an instructor training course by completing pre-course questionnaires and qualification exercises administered by the NRA Appointed Training Counselor.
Candidates must satisfactorily complete an NRA Instructor Training Course in the discipline they wish to teach (e.g., NRA Basic Pistol Course), and receive the endorsement of the NRA Training Counselor conducting that training.
NRA Instructor courses are discipline specific. During the course, candidates will learn NRA policies and procedures, basic public speaking skills, training methodology, use of a training team and training aids, organizing a course, building a budget, and finally preparing to teach. In addition, candidates will be provided the appropriate lesson plans and basic course student packets. Role-playing is a major part of an instructor course; therefore, the minimum class size should be at least four candidates, with 10-12 candidates being ideal. Candidates take turns working in teams, actually conducting portions of the course to other candidates who portray basic students.