What Classes Should I Teach?

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As a firearms instructor, you may teach various classes depending on your expertise and your clients’ needs. Here are some lessons that you may consider teaching:

1. Basic firearms safety and handling – This class is essential for beginners and covers the basics of firearm safety, handling, and storage.

2. Concealed Carry – This class teaches students how to safely and responsibly carry a concealed firearm.

3. Defensive Shooting – This class focuses on developing skills for self-defense situations, including shooting from cover, shooting on the move, and engaging multiple targets.

4. Advanced Marksmanship – This class is for experienced shooters who want to improve their accuracy and precision.

5. Tactical Training – This class is designed for law enforcement and military personnel and covers tactical shooting, team tactics, and other advanced skills.

6. Hunter Safety – This class teaches hunters how to safely handle firearms in the field and covers hunting laws and regulations.

7. Women-only Classes – These classes are designed for women and may cover self-defense, concealed carry, and basic firearms safety. A woman firearms instructor should only teach these classes.

Remember to tailor your classes to your client’s needs and skill levels and prioritize safety and responsible gun ownership.

David Streb
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Microsoft Training providers, trainers, and Microsoft Partners. Mr. Streb achieved the highly respected certification as an NRA Certified Instructor and later as an NRA Certified Training Counselor. Mr. Streb developed the Hell Week® instructor program nationally recognized by the NRA and across the U.S. for firearms instructor certification. Mr. Streb plans to take the "NRA Basic Instructor Training Courses" to the next level. This program will develop firearm instructors who exceed the NRA "Basic" development program and deliver advanced instructor training.

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