By Kerrin Brinkman | December 11 2011 09:02

NRA Training Counselor Logo on NRAblog Are you an NRA Certified Instructor looking to take your training credentials to the next level? Then consider attending an NRA Training Counselor Development Workshop (TCDW). Training Counselors play an important role in NRA's Training Department by training new NRA Certified Instructor Candidates.

Several new Training Counselor Development Workshops have been added to the 2012, including two for Boy Scout leaders who are already certified as NRA Instructors.

TCDWs are designed to provide experienced, active instructors and current training counselors with the skills necessary to train NRA Certified Instructors how to teach people to shoot according to NRA’s nationally recognized training standards.

Workshop attendees 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. They 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 TCDWs online and learn how to apply. Questions? Send an email to trainingcounselor@nrahq.org.

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