There will be two assessments of the student – upon completion of the online portion and during the live portion with the instructor. A student will not receive a certificate of completion for the NRA course until the instructor validates the student’s knowledge, skills, and attitude.
One of the major factors for moving towards the blended learning is it insures that each and every student receives the course information in a complete and consistent manner every time the course is given. Also the classroom portion of each course can now be accomplished by the student, at their pace, on their schedule. The ability for students to take the classroom portion at anytime, day or night, weekday or weekend, will increase the pool of students for you to evaluate and instruct.”
So, what does this mean for Detroit Arms? Well, truthfully, it means that we will be able to help MORE people obtain their dream of getting their Michigan Concealed Pistol License!
The NRA has not yet announced what their fee will be for the online learning portion. Detroit Arms has not yet devised a plan for pricing for the range/qualification portion.
What we have done is made a commitment to continue with our live, 1-Day 8-Hour Class, as there is a segment of the population that will continue to thrive in that environment.
For those who choose online learning, we will have a shortened classroom review, a safety test and perhaps some additional relevant instruction that will precede the time on the range, for a nominal fee.
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