Concealed Carry Instructor Course Description:
The Concealed Carry Instructor (310) is an instructor level 3-day course for concealed carry instructors and practitioners. In this instructor level course, candidates will learn best practices for safely teaching concealed carry beginner to intermediate level students. The course comprises two parts, instructor development and instructor teach back. Candidates begin by learning safe linear progressions from open carry to concealed carry with a minimum passing grade of 80%. Subjects include gear selection, concealment principles, defeat methodology, drawstroke progressions drawstroke progressions, defensive mindset and risk mitigation. Upon successful completion of the instructor development, instructors will advance to the instructor teach back. Candidates will be assigned teach back material for both classroom and range evolutions as lead and assistant instructors. Candidates will be judged on their subject matter expertise, podium presence, delivery methodology, corrective strategies and time management. Those meeting the performance standards will graduate and be officially recognized as TRICON Concealed Carry Instructors.
Basic Instructor Course Gear:
- Defensive pistol, 9mm recommended
- 1,500 rounds of factory ammunition
- 50 rounds of defense ammunition
- 5 x pistol magazines minimum (8 for single stacks)
- 5 x inert training rounds
- Training uniform; must have the following:
- Button-down shirt
- Jacket or coat
- Sweater or hoodie
- Concealed carry gear
- Rigid belt
- IWB holster
- OWB holster
- Single and or double magazine pouch
- Handheld flashlight with pocket clip
- Clear/tinted ballistic wrap around eye protection
- Hearing protection
- Notebook & pen/pencil
- Weapons cleaning kit and quality lubrication
- Hydration system and energy snacks
Concealed Carry Instructor Course Prerequisites:
- Currently possess a state issued license to carry card (private citizens only, law enforcement are exempt)
- Currently possess Instructor Certification, for example (Department/Unit Level Certification, NRA/USCCA Instructor Certification and state recognized associations)
- Have completed and documented at least 40 hours of general firearms training from a recognized instructor/school on the subject such as Concealed Carry 2
- Successfully pass with an 80% or better the skills entrance test (delivered after registration)
Registration fee does not include any associated range fees.
Mike Sasso (verified owner) –
Jeff is an absolutely outstanding instructor. I have been taking his courses for three years now.
He is not one of those instructors who just runs you through a bunch of drills, pats you on the head, and gives you a certificate.
Jeff is real teacher, he pushes and pushes, he continuously critiques, scores and grades you. I have taken handgun courses from most of the nationally known instructors, and Jeff is by far, and I mean by far, the best. He’s really bright and his class room sessions are invaluable. He’s also a nice guy and easy to talk to.