September 1, 2009

NRA's Training Department Debuts New Website for Instructors

FAIRFAX, Va. -- The National Rifle Association's Training Department has launched a new website, www.NRAInstructors.org, that allows NRA-Certified Instructors to promote firearms training opportunities, allow online student registration, and streamline the process of reporting courses.

Trainers can now view and submit all course reports online via www.NRAInstructors.org, and even purchase training materials through the site.

"We are very excited about NRAInstructors.org. This site will help bring our training programs into the 21st century. Over 1,000 trainers have already registered on the site and started promoting their courses, with an equal number of individuals using the online registration to sign up for courses in their area," said Charles Mitchell, Manager of NRA's Training Department.

NRA's Training Department

NRA's cadre of trainers includes over 61,000 instructors around the world, teaching courses in more than 13 disciplines. More than 750,000 people are reached through NRA's firearms training programs each year.











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