Concealed Carry Classes

State of Illinois Licensed Firearms Training Programs, & Multi-State Concealed Carry Permit Courses in Chicago, IL.

About Us

 About Us...  And Our Instructors…

Certifications

 

Instructors with our academy must meet our demanding standards. Prospective instructors must demonstrate solid experience teaching the subjects they specialize in. They must be proficient in the areas of study that they propose to teach, and they must posses teaching credentials recognized by their peers in those fields.

Our instructors posses these qualifications, and many also posses Police and Law Enforcement certifications in the areas of study in which they instruct. Professionals that bring real-life knowledge into the classroom, the students will greatly benefit from these instructors. Knowledgeable in both public and private law enforcement, our instructors are what make our academy unique.

 

 


 

Instructor’s Responsibilities and Code of Conduct

All of our instructors are committed to the complete and in-depth instruction of every student, in every course. No instructor will ever certify a student as having successfully completed a course of instruction, when that student clearly has not. Our instructors are committed to providing instruction that is fair, complete, detailed, well-researched and engaging. Every instructor will answer questions, and will help every student to be successful. For us, the mark of a successful instructor, is successful students, and as an academy, our success is marked by your success.

Every instructor will treat every student in a professional and respectful manner. Each instructor will be committed to the success of each and every student in their class. There will be no preferential treatment, and every student will have equal access to their instructor, as determined within the constraints of the particular class.

 


 

Responsibility of the Academy

This state licensed training academy is responsible to the State of Illinois, to provide the state-certified courses in accordance with state statue and requirements. This responsibility supersedes and takes precedence with respect to certifying any student who has completed any such course. If the student has failed to meet the minimum standard set and approved by the state, by and through its proper department, the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, such student cannot, by law, be certified as having completed the course in question.

The training academy will make every reasonable effort to provide an opportunity for such students to be certified at a later time, as stated on this page, which may include a second attendance by the student at the next session of that same class.

Questions? Call Us Now At: (224) 678-0311

 

 



 

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