Low Light Shooting Instructor Certification
This 3-day / 24-hour instructor certification course is designed to teach firearms instructors the technical information associated with illumination tools, Tritium & fiber optic sights, reflex sights / red dot optics, variable powered scopes, visible lasers, and IR lasers / night vision. In addition, firearms instructors will be exposed to training methodologies that will enhance their low light shooting program. Most basic firearms instructor courses usually dedicate about 4-5 hours to low light training and only conduct basic low light shooting drills. This instructor course goes much further in depth. Emphasis will be placed on developing live-fire drills that enhance the shooter's ability to perform in low light conditions. The concepts taught in this course apply to ALL weapon disciplines for creating better training.
This course is approved by the NRA LE Division for 24 hours of continuing education credit.
NOTE: This course requires the use of carbines / rifles. Students don't need to be certified as a rifle instructor to attend. However, students must have successfully completed a rifle operator certification course of 16+ hours to attend this course.
NOTE - weapon mounted lights, visible lasers, IR lasers, and night vision devices will be provided in the class.