Firearms Instructor School
September 4 - 8, 2017
|Start/End Time(s)||8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. each day (with one night fire to be determined first day of class)|
Keith Dunn, TLETA
|Description||This is an intensive performance-oriented course designed to give the students the skills required to be a firearms instructor and manage the required in-service program and firearms training for their agency. Officers must fire 90% with a handgun to complete the course on the first day of class.|
$275 – Local Agencies
$325 – State Agencies
$650 – Private/Out-of-State Agencies
Attending Students must have previously completed a POST Approved Instructor Development School and submit a certificate with their application for enrollment.
This is a Firearms Instructor School and attending students are expected to possess the basic firearms skills with a level of proficiency upon arrival. Students will be required to shoot a 50 round accuracy course using a handgun with a minimum score of 90 on Day 1 of the program. One re-shoot will be allowed. Students who fail to complete this requirement will be dismissed from the program.
Students are required to bring a shotgun and possess the basic skills with this weapon upon arrival.
Students are required to bring:
If your department has been activated on the Acadis Portal, you can register via the Portal by clicking HERE. Log in and go to the Training & Events tab.
Or you can fill out the paper form and return to Kim Moss at:
or mail to: 3025 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, TN 37214
or fax to 615.741.3366
Maximum number of students is 24.