NRA Chief Range Safety Officer Course
Are you ready to become a NRA Chief Range Safety Officer? The Chief Range Safety Officer certification is an instructor certification, it allows you to teach the RSO course that certifies people as range safety officers.
Becoming a chief range safety officer will create a new revenue stream for you by allowing you to teach the popular NRA range safety officer student course to certify people as NRA range safety officers.
The goal of the NRA’s Chief Range Safety Officer Course is to develop NRA Chief Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, & attitude necessary to teach the NRA Range Safety Officer Course to your students.
RSO’S are always needed in places like indoor ranges, outdoor ranges and every instructor themselves should have the range safety officer certification. As a Chief Range Safety Officer you will be able to provide this certification to them.
Our CRSO course is 3 days long and the total cost is $350. It INCLUDES all the required prerequisites below (one stop shop). If you already have some of the prerequisites, it will reduce your cost and reduce the number of days you must attend. SEE PREREQUISITES BELOW.
BASIC RANGE SAFETY OFFICER – If you are already an NRA RSO, please let us know. This will shorten your class by a day & reduce your course fee by $50. We will need a copy of your RSO certificate.
BASIC INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (BIT) – If you have taken BIT within the last 2 years, please let us know. This will reduce your class by one day and reduce your course fee by $50. We will need to see your BIT card. If you don’t have your BIT card or it’s been longer than 2 years, you will need to take it again.
ATTENTION: To take this course you MUST ALREADY be a NRA basic pistol instructor. All other prerequisites are included (see above)..
DAY ONE – Day one is the NRA basic range safety officer course. (If you already have the basic RSO course you will not need to attend day one). We will need a copy of your RSO certificate.
DAY TWO – Day two is the basic instructor training (BIT). (If you have taken the (BIT) within the past 2 years you will not need to attend day two).
DAY THREE – Day three is the actual chief range safety officer instructor certification course. Everyone must attend day 3 to receive the chief range safety officer certification.