Sitka Sportsman's Association Range Safety Officer Training
Multiple dates from Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 to Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021
The Sitka Sportsman's Association is offering a free Range Safety Officer training course on Wednesday March 3rd 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM at the Sitka Sportsman's Association 5211 HPR.
Training is designed to prepare experienced shooters for the basic safety and duties performed as a Range Safety Officer. Sitka Sportsman's Association is a non profit organization which relies on its volunteers to remain open.
The course is being offered at no cost for anyone who has a desire to assist the association in conducting indoor and outdoor shooting activities. Students must be a current member of the association, hold a valid shooter's insurance cart, be 21 or older and willing to volunteer four hours of their time to run the indoor and outdoor ranges at least twice every six months.
Training consists of a 2 hour safety class by Premier Training of Alaska, plus indoor and outdoor range tasks involving the trap and skeet houses, indoor range management, clubhouse care, and desk duties
To sign up or for more info, contact April Ault at 738-4559.
Sitka Sportsmens Association
The event runs from 12:00pm to 1:00pm on the following dates.
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- March 1st
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