NRA Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor
Length of Course: 9 hours
Taught at these locations: Woodland Park, Mobile training for this class is also available.
Course Level: Instructor (what's this?)
Who teaches this course?This course is taught by an NRA-certified appointed Training Counselor, who was also trained and additionally certified with the trademark GFH immersion training system.
Course Description: Joining the Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructing team is easy! Teach your community how to better protect themselves, their family, and their friends. Women and men interested in becoming Refuse To Be A Victim®instructors must attend a one day Instructor Development Workshop. Instructor Development Workshops are taught by Regional Counselors and begin with a Refuse To Be A Victim® Seminar. The workshop then concentrates on technical aspects of the program, instructor expectations, certification guidelines, developing speaking techniques and presentation skills, marketing seminars, etc. After completing an Instructor Development Workshop and receiving the Regional Counselor’s endorsement, the required paperwork and fees are submitted to NRA and instructor credentials are issued. Once certified, instructors are encouraged to schedule seminars in their communities for organizations, community groups, and companies, both proactively and in response to direct requests.
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Topics covered to include:
- Psychology of Criminal Predators
- Mental Preparedness
- Home Security
- Physical Security
- Workplace Security
- Parents and Children From Pre-School to College
- Senior Citizens
- Automobile SecurityOut-Of-Town Travel Security
- Technological Security
- Self-Defense Physical Training
- Personal Protection Devices
- Persons With Physical Disabilities
- Domestic Violence