NRA Range Safety Officer Certification
NRA RANGE SAFETY OFFICER CERTIFICATION
Wednesday, December 30th
9am to 6pm
30305 Schoolcraft Rd
Livonia, MI 48150
Are you an experienced shooter looking to take range safety and awareness to the next level?
Would you like a hands-on experience learning the roles and responsibilities of a Range Safety Officer?
This internationally recognized, professional certification course is an excellent step towards ensuring the safety of fellow shooters and those you may be instructing.
This is one of the most informative firearm safety classes available!
This course is designed to teach you:
The role of an NRA Range Safety Officer
Range standard operating procedures
How to conduct a range inspection
In-depth standard and site-specific range rules
How to safely oversee a shooting event
How to conduct a range briefing
How to handle stoppages and malfunctions
How to load and unload a multitude of firearms ranging from pellet guns to rifles
How to prepare for and handle emergencies
Do you possess the knowledge, skills and attitude to become a Range Safety Officer?
Subjects covered in this course are:
- The Role Of The NRA Range Safety Officer
- The Role Of Standard Operating Procedures
- Range Inspections
- Range Rules
- Range Safety Briefings
- Emergency Procedures
- Firearm Stoppages And Malfunctions
- How To Register Your Course Completion
This is a non-shooting course.
No ammunition required.
This is a cold classroom. Absolutely NO LIVE AMMUNITION allowed in the training room.
Lunch is provided
NRA Materials are provided
Snacks and beverages are the student's responsibilities.
Please bring your NRA ID number, if you have one.
For questions regarding this course, please contact Chief Range Safety Officer Christie Bass at 248-716-5133 between 9am and 8pm 7 days a week.