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NRA Range Safety Officer Course

Embrace Your Role as a Guardian of Safety with our NRA Range Safety Officer Course

  • Ended
  • 275 US dollars
  • West Sample Road

Service Description

Becoming a Range Safety Officer (RSO) is a significant step in any firearm enthusiast's journey, whether you're a beginner or an experienced firearms instructor. Our NRA Range Safety Officer Course provides comprehensive training that instills the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for supervising safe shooting activities and range operations. Course Overview Our course zeroes in on the critical aspects of gun safety in settings involving multiple shooters. It also imbues students with an understanding of range etiquette, fostering a respectful and orderly environment for everyone. Throughout the training, you'll delve into various fundamental topics, including: Range Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs): Learn to organize and manage shooting activities, adhering to the highest standards of safety and efficiency. Range Inspection: Understand how to assess a shooting range's safety measures, ensuring that every aspect of the range meets the requisite safety standards. Range Rules: Familiarize yourself with universal range rules and the importance of enforcing them to maintain a safe shooting environment. Range Briefings: Discover how to conduct effective briefings that communicate essential safety information to shooters before they begin their activities. Emergency Procedures: Equip yourself with the necessary procedures to handle potential emergencies, including medical incidents and critical equipment failures. Firearm Stoppages and Malfunctions: Gain knowledge on how to identify and address common firearm issues, enhancing overall safety. Who Should Take This Course? This NRA Range Safety Officer Course is an excellent fit for those looking to volunteer or work at a range, as well as for groups who frequently participate in shooting activities together. Ensuring safety on the range is a collective responsibility, and being an RSO equips you with the necessary skills to uphold this duty. In addition, if you're considering renting a range for training purposes, having an RSO present is often a prerequisite. This course provides you with the certification you need, saving you the added expense of hiring an external RSO. What to Expect? Our course is designed with your comfort in mind. Water and snacks will be provided to keep you refreshed during the session. However, we also encourage you to bring your own food if you prefer, as we won't have a dedicated lunch break. Join us in our NRA Range Safety Officer Course today.

Contact Details

  • 9900 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, FL, USA

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