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congrats........................and good for you.

I have never done any instructing in pistol shooting but I have served as an instructor in other areas and found it to be rewarding and a good way to your skills up to date.
 

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I don't have current plans to teach. My goal in learning about teaching pistol shooting was to learn more about pistol shooting. I think I achieved that goal. A lot of what I was exposed to repeated some of what I learned from Todd Green via his web site http://Pistol-Training.com/. The side benefit was pedagogy for pistol shooting. Understanding how to teach pistol shooting may help me in my own self improvement efforts.

I have felt that, in Ohio, what they teach in the CCW classes is insufficient. I have for some time been collecting material I thought would have been useful in such a class. I provide most of this material in this forum. When discussing my feelings and what I thought some additional content might be with my fellow students, there was some interest in my developing the concept further to supplement standard classes. I'm thinking about it.
 

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I'm now official. Now time to volunteer with experienced trainers to learn some more. Truthfully, the only Basic Pistol Training skill I feel truly competent in is my abilities to make good PowerPoint slides.
 

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Howard,

Congrads- Expanding ones knowledge is always a good thing. I have been asked many times to teach civilians. I'm considering teach a advance combat /survival handgun course after I retire.
 
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