The National Rifle Association is committed to offering the best law enforcement firearms instructor training available. These schools are designed to train and prepare the law enforcement officer to become a firearm instructor. They are not shooting schools and are not designed to teach officers how to shoot. Students who attend our firearm instructor development schools are expected to have a basic knowledge of the law enforcement firearms used and be able to safely and accurately use them.
The NRA stands ready to assist you and your department with all of your firearm instructor needs. Our instructors consist of active and former police officers from around the country who are highly trained and well-respected professionals in the field.
Tuition Increase Announcement
NRA Law Enforcement must make a slight increase in Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor School tuition. Effective January 1, 2020, the tuition fee for all of the NRA Law Enforcement Firearm Instructor Schools will be $685.
We understand that any tuition increase can be difficult on officers and departments. However, our training tuition is still the best value in the industry, and our costs for conducting the schools have increased.
Established in 1960
To provide the law enforcement community with a means to certify law enforcement firearms instructors.
Over 57,000 Trained
The NRA currently has over 13,000 active, certified, law enforcement firearms instructors.
A Non-Profit Organization
Our programs are state-of-the-art, and cost significantly less than those offered by other various training organizations.
Our commitment to the law enforcement community is to provide the highest quality, most up-to-date, cost effective, and comprehensive law enforcement firearms instructor training available. Our programs expose students to a broad base of techniques, tactics, teaching methodologies, and technical knowledge in order to develop the skills required to effectively perform his or her role as a firearm instructor at the agency and/or academy level.
We are currently accepting requests to sponsor NRA Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor Development Schools. The host is responsible for providing range and classroom facilities along with some other minor administrative duties. Additionally, the NRA will provide professional staff to conduct the school, student manuals, and all student handout materials including targets.
The NRA Law Enforcement Division offers a complete police shooting program to police departments and law enforcement agencies to encourage patrol officers to gain more experience, training and time on the range using their duty firearms.