By Kerrin Brinkman | September 7 2011 16:15
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Are you an experienced NRA Certified Instructor looking to take your training to the next level? Then consider becoming an NRA Appointed Training Counselor, the tier of NRA Trainers who are responsible for teaching new NRA Instructors.

NRA's Training Department has just announced a series of 2012 Training Counselor Development Workshops happening all across the country. To register, fill out the online application.

In order to attend a workshop and become an NRA Appointed Training Counselor, you must be NRA Certified Instructors and current NRA Members with a minimum of two years' recent experience teaching NRA Basic Firearm Training Courses according to current NRA standards.

You must also be intimately familiar with NRA instructional methods, training materials, and administrative procedures as a result of this experience (Five NRA-approved courses and 25 students is the absolute minimum experience recommended for workshop attendance.).

View the list of upcoming Training Counselor Workshops online and check back as more will be added to the list. For more information, contact the Training Counselor Program Coordinator at

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