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  1. WELCOME Basic Instructor Training (BIT) Part One OfNRA Instructor Training 6 Hours BIT – INTO 1

  2. Materials Needed:Trainers Guide Please OrganizeTrainer’s Guide (Hint: use the Bold titles located in the tableof contents toorganize the tabs) 1 Use of TC Guide & page. BIT – INTO 2

  3. Instructor Training Goal To develop NRA Certified Instructorswho possess the KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS,and ATTITUDEnecessary to organize and conductNRA Basic Firearm Training Courses BIT – INTO 3

  4. Instructor Training (Part One) Opening Exercise:How To Introduce A Speaker Lesson I: The Instructor and the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program Lesson II: Using a Training Team BIT – INTO 4A

  5. Instructor Training (Part One) Lesson III: Training Materials and Training Aids Lesson IV: Organizing Your Course Lesson V: Preparing To Teach EXAM & PAPERWORK BIT – INTO 4B

  6. Introduction No Live Ammunition in the Classroom Instructors Facilities Security “Weapon” Role Playing BIT – INTO 5

  7. How To Introduce A Speaker Learning Objectives:Upon completion of this lesson, you should be able to: State the goal of the NRA Instructor Training Course. Describe the basic guidelines for introducing a speaker. Describe the background of the instructor candidates in this course. BIT – INTO 6A

  8. How To Introduce A Speaker Demonstrate basic public speaking skills in introducing an instructor candidate to the class. Describe your appreciation for the background and abilities of other class members. BIT – INTO 6B

  9. QUESTION What areLearning Objectives? BIT – INTO 7

  10. ANSWER “Learning Objectives arelearner-centered statements which indicate the behaviorthe student should demonstrate to verify that learning has taken place.” BIT – INTO 8

  11. QUESTION 16 • PUT “LEARN BY DOING” INTO PRACTICE. What isTotal Participant Involvement?(TPI) BIT – INTO 9

  12. Trainer’s Guide:How To Teach A Skill BIT – INTO 10

  13. How To Introduce A Speaker O Read Handout (Trainer’s Guide, Appendix O) Instructor Candidate Assignments Introduce another participant Evaluate the introductions Conclusions BIT – INTO 11A

  14. GROUP • WHAT MAKES A GOOD INTRODUCTION? BIT – INTO 17

  15. GROUP WHAT WOULD YOUR STUDENTGAIN FROM THE INTRODUCTION? BIT – INTO 18

  16. How To Introduce A Speaker BIT – INTO 11B

  17. 5 Minute Preparation • 5 • 4 • 3 • 2 • 1

  18. INTRODUCTIONS BIT – INTO 11C INTRODUCE EACH OTHER

  19. EVALUATION • What could have made them even better? BIT – INTO 11C What was the goodabout the introductions?

  20. Certification Requirements Attend the entire course. Participate in discussions and practical exercises. Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to organize, conduct, and supervise safe shooting activities and range operations. Achieve an examination score of 90% or higher. Submit an application and fee. BIT – INTO 12

  21. Lesson Summary State the goal of the NRA Instructor Training Course. Describe the basic guidelines for introducing a speaker. Describe the background of the instructor candidates in this course. Demonstrate basic public speaking skills in introducing an instructor candidate to the class. Describe your appreciation for the background and abilities of other class members. BIT – INTO 13

  22. Questions What ARE Your Questions? The next Lesson will beBIT Lesson I:The Instructor and the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program. BIT – INTO 14

  23. LAST SLIDE BIT – INTO 15

  24. LESSON I The Instructor and the NRA Basic Firearm TrainingProgram BIT – I-1

  25. The Instructor and the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program Learning Objectives:Upon completion of this lessonyou should be able to: Explain why training is important for both shooters and instructors. Describe NRA’s training Philosophy of Total Participant Involvement. BIT – I-2A

  26. The Instructor and the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program Identify and explain the importance of the eight fundamental requirements for training people State the purpose of the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program and Instructor Training Program and explain where they fit in NRA’s training structure. Identify the eligibility requirements, responsibilities, and personal qualities of NRA Certified Instructors. BIT – I 2B

  27. Function of Training What did you think of the opening exercise? What is training? Knowledge (Guidelines to introduce speaker) Skills (Practiced introducing speaker) Attitude (Became comfortable learning what you have in common) BIT – I 3A

  28. Function of Training Total Participant Involvement(TPI) Actively involving participants in the training process. BIT – I 3B

  29. Why is Trainingso important forShooters & Instructors? BIT – I4

  30. Importance of Training Safety Quality and effectiveness in performance Benefits to the shooting sports, the shooting community, and the community as a whole. Promotion of the responsible exercise of our firearm freedoms. Promotion of enjoyment of the shooting sports. BIT – I 5

  31. Eight Fundamental Requirements for training People 31 Trainer’s Guide Preparing and Presenting a Lesson, Eight Fundamental Requirements for Effective Training. Desire Need People Learn By Doing Situation Previous Experience Relaxed Variety Guidance BIT I -6

  32. NRA Basic FirearmTraining Program Basic Firearm Training Program brochure History: Founded in 1871 to improve marksmanship training Today: The NRA is recognized as the nation’s premier firearm training organization, reaching more then 750,000 individuals annually with its training programs. Goal: Teach the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary for the safe handling and proper use of firearms. BIT I -7

  33. NRA BasicTraining Program NRA Courses: These courses are the NATIONAL STANDARD for firearms training. • Rifle • Pistol • Shotgun • Home Firearm Safety • Muzzleloading Rifle • Muzzleloading Pistol • Muzzleloading Shotgun • Personal Protection In The Home • Personal Protection Outside The Home • Metallic Cartridge Reloading • Shotgun Shell Reloading • Chief Range Safety Officers (trains Range Safety Officers) BIT I -8

  34. NRA BasicTraining Program DISCIPLINE GROUPSPAGE 3 BIT I -8B

  35. NRA InstructorTraining Program 1 Goal: Develop Certified Instructors to teach the basicknowledge, skills, and attitude necessary for the safe, proficient, and ethical use of pistols, rifles and shotguns. Share Your Knowledge brochure back panel Instructor eligibility requirements Apprentice instructor (13 - 17 years of age, 85% grade) Assistant instructor (18 or older, 85% grade) Certified instructor (21 or older, 90% grade) 4 BIT I -9

  36. NRA Instructor Training Program 2-4 Requirements to become a NRA Trainer: “Citizens of good repute” ATF form 4473 Responsibilities: NRA Firearms Training Report – nrainstructors.org (See Appendix A) 15-16 BIT I -10

  37. NRA Instructor Training Program 9 National Standard Training Standards In-person training Practical exercises Accomplish all Learning Objectives Class hours (Estimated minimum) BIT I -11

  38. NRA Instructor Training Program 11 NRATraining Updates at nrainstructors.org Use of title, “NRA Certified Instructor” Use of NRA Name and Trademarks Personal qualities Role and Responsibilities NRA Trainers Project a Positive Image NRA Trainers’ Concerns for Student Rights 15-17 BIT I -12

  39. NRA Trainer’s Ethics Guide Individual responsibility to review and adhere to the NRA Trainer’s Ethics Guide. Introduction to NRA Trainer’s Guide Website nrainstructors.org BIT I -13

  40. Lesson Summary As a result of your participation in this lesson, you can: Explain why training is important for both shooters and instructors. Describe NRA’s training philosophy of Total Participant Involvement. Identify and explain the importance of the eight fundamental requirements for training people. State the purpose of the NRA Basic Firearm Training Program and Instructor Training Program and explain where they fit in NRA’s training structure. Identify the eligibility requirements, responsibilities, and personal qualities of NRA Certified Instructors. BIT I -14

  41. QUESTION? What ARE Your Questions? The next Lesson will beBIT Lesson III:Training Materials and Training Aids BIT I -15

  42. LAST SLIDE BIT I -16

  43. LESSON IIUsing a Training Team BIT II -1

  44. Using a Training Team • Learning Objectives:Upon completion of this lesson, you should be able to: • Describe the function of a training team. • List and discuss the advantages of using a training team. • List and describe the responsibilities of training team members in an NRA basic course. • Describe and use the “buzz group” method of training. BIT II -2

  45. What is aTraining Team? BIT II -1

  46. The Training Team Plans Organizes Promotes Conducts an NRA Basic Firearm Training Course BIT II -4

  47. Buzz Group • 40 What is a Buzz Group? Preparing to Teach, Buzz Groups Assignment Form Groups as assigned List the advantage of using a training team to organize and conduct an NRA basic course. BIT II -5A

  48. List the advantage of using a training team to organize and conduct an NRA basic course. • 40 BIT II -5B

  49. 7 Minute Preparation • 7 • 6 BIT II -5C

  50. 5 Minute Preparation • 5 • 4 • 3 • 2 • 1 BIT II -5D