– $100.00 w/own handgun & ammo $125.00 w/ours
NRA Blended students will also need to register for: Day 2 State and Federal Laws 8 hr session – $100.00, in order to receive Illinois Conceal Carry License
NRA has begun the next innovation in firearms training – blended learning. This teaching method blends an online student interface with one-on-one instructor training and evaluation. The online portion will cover the curriculum that is currently being taught from the student handbook. The live instructor will cover the hands-on firearm portions of the course, shooting exercises, the shooting qualification and make the final evaluation of student.
There will be two assessments of the student – upon completion of the online portion and during the live portion with the instructor. A student will not receive a certificate of completion for the NRA course until the instructor validates the student’s knowledge, skills, and attitude.
This is a learning management system that integrates the course content with interactive applications, lecture, animation, and review questions. Then culminating with a final examination. The learning management system tracks the students process in the course, records their missed answers in the exam, provides materials for review questions missed, and provides the instructor with information about the student before the instructor led portion of the course.
Where do students find the online phase of the NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting Course?https://onlinetraining.nra.org
The NRA Basic Pistol Course is a blended training course, which means a portion of the course (Phase I) is conducted in an eLearning environment (online), that can be completed on your own time. Upon successfully completing the online exam, students will be required to register for the instructor-led training portion (Phase II), which is to be conducted at your local range with an NRA Certified Instructor. You must successfully complete Phase I and Phase II in order to receive your Basic Pistol certificate.
What You Will Learn
- Gun Safety Rules
- Types of Pistols
- Understanding a Revolver & a Semi-Automatic Pistol
- The Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
- Shooting Positions
- Pistol Shooting Errors
- Clearing Pistol Stoppages
- Cleaning and Maintenance
- Selecting Pistols, Ammunition & Accessories
- Maintaining Your Skills
Completion & Expiration
You must complete all 11 lessons and a final exam with a 90% pass rate in order to get certified as having completed Phase 1 of your training. If you do not pass the exam the first time you will be provided with four additional opportunities to take the exam. Once you pass the exam you will be directed to generate a completion certificate that you can save as a file and/or print. You will use your PIN to register for your instructor led portion (or Phase II) of the course on the www.nrainstructors.org website.
You will have access to this program for 90 days from the start of your enrollment date after which access expires.