NRA CHIEF RANGE SAFETY OFFICER CERTIFICATION COURSE
CURRENT CLASS: TBA
SEATS AVAILABLE: 2 (10 TOTAL)
TIME: 9 hours (approx.), starting at 8:00 AM (please arrive early)
BRING: Notebook, pen, 1" binder to hold class materials, Range Safety Officer Handbook (materials from RSO class), lunch, drinks, snacks and balance of class fee.
PLEASE NOTE: For current NRA Instructors, you MUST have attended Basic Instructor Training within the past 24 months to qualify to attend this course. All new Instructor Candidates and those current Instructors past the 24 month mark MUST attend BIT on Friday, February 15, 2019, starting at 2:00 PM at the same location. Class is 6 hours (approx.). All other Instructor Candidates will only need to attend the Saturday class date.
INSTRUCTOR: Jessamy Bright, NRA Training Counselor
CLASS FEE: $200 total, $100 Non-Refundable Deposit is due at sign up (please see Policies).
HOW TO REGISTER: Fill out the registration form for the desired class date, and then pay your deposit by Paypal (click on the Pay Now button on this page), or make arrangements to mail a check. You will receive confirmation of your registration and deposit payment, along with directions to the classroom.
DESCRIPTION: NRA Chief Range Safety Officer Certification Course offered by NRA Training Counselor, Jessamy Bright.
COURSE GOAL: To develop NRA Certified Chief Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to train and supervise NRA Range Safety Officers and to provide the essential information required to develop Range Standard Operating Procedures.
Topics covered include:
-Introduction to NRA Basic Range Safety Officer Course Lesson Plans
-The Role of the Chief Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures
-Teaching Lesson I: Introduction to the NRA Basic Range Safety Officer Course
-Teaching Lesson II: The Role of the NRA Range Safety Officer and Range Standard Operating Procedures
-Teaching Lesson III: Range Inspections and Range Rules
Teaching Lesson IV: Range Safety Briefing
-Teaching Lesson V: Emergency Procedures
-Teaching Lesson VI: Gun Stoppages and Malfunctions
Teaching Lesson VII: RSO Test and Review and Chief Range Safety Officer Examination Review
A Chief Range Safety Officer (CRSO) candidate must be an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer (RSO) prior to attending Chief Range Safety Officer Training.
Successful completion of the Chief Range Safety Officer Course is dependent on:
-Performance in class participation and exercises.
-Attaining a score of 90 percent or higher on the open book CRSO Examination.
There is also a NRA certification and processing fee after completion.