Saturday – Sunday April 20 & 21, 2019
Langley Rod & Gun Club, 3854 – 208th Street Langley, British Columbia, Canada V3A 4X7
Instructor: Bob LaRue
NSSA Level III Instructor
NSSA Zone Instructor (Canada)
Level I Instructor
Level I courses are conducted by Zone Instructors, who are Level III and Masters. Zone Instructors are appointed by the Chief Instructor based upon need.
Prerequisites for attendance are:
- Current NSSA Membership
- 18 years of age up
- C class or higher in one gun, currently or previously (with minimum of 300 NSSA tournament targets)
There must be at least three students for the class to occur. The cost is $300 plus shooting expenses. Student instructors will learn teaching techniques, the system for bringing on beginners, and fundamentals of skeet shooting.
The Zone Instructors can travel anywhere in their zone, with the students paying for the instructor’s travel expenses.
Associate Instructor classes are for those who do not have a “C” class in any gun. The courses will be the same as a Level I Course, with the same materials and will be taught by a Zone Instructor. The cost is $300. Associates will not be listed on the website. The primary purpose of the Associate Instructor Program is to promote youth shooting in a safe, conscientious manner, while providing the sound fundamentals of skeet shooting. These credentials are for teaching youth and not for profit. Must be 18 years of age. The first year of membership with the NSSA is free under the Complimentary Limited Membership (CLM) program. Once a “C” class is acquired and the Chief Instructor is informed, a Level I patch and certificate will be sent for $25.00, and that person’s name will be added to NSSA website. (Must shoot a minimum of 300 NSSA registered targets, or five events, to establish a “C” classification, no exceptions.)
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