The FIRST Steps Orientation program is sanctioned by the National Rifle Association (NRA) and conducted by Certified NRA instructors employed by www.dochollyday.com.
These courses are only provided to students who have previously completed Basic Pistol. These courses focus entirely on improving long-range handgun marksmanship and defensive skills. Students will learn precision pistol shooting in two-handed and one-handed modes.
These courses allow maximum flexibility to foster mentorship between the students and instructors. The goal is for instructors to guide students through these advanced training courses to the point at which the students have accomplished each objective and have become qualified to receive a course completion certificate.
What You Take Home
All NRA Basic Firearm Safety courses include a complete set of educational materials specific to the discipline being taught, including:
- Discipline specific handbook
- NRA Gun Safety Rules Brochure
- Student Exam
- Course Completion Certificate (if completed)
NRA Advanced Firearm Training Courses teach you safety principles and help you develop the knowledge, skills, and attitude that are needed to successfully pursue your shooting interests.
Successful completion of all lessons and course objectives will earn students an NRA authorized completion
Certified NRA Instructors
www.dochollyday.com use only Certified NRA instructors when conducting these NRA Basic courses. The instructors providing this training will include individuals who have:
At a minimum, all certifications to lead the instruction for all Advanced NRA training courses normally taught in an instructor lead capacity, including Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, and Personal Protection level training.
All lead instructors have at least five years experience conducting all of the courses being taught.
Many of our instructors do not limit their involvement with firearms expertise to the classroom. www.dochollyday.com are highly rated in competitions and work to improve the sport through dedicated activism efforts.