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are the steps to take for us to hold a CPL / CCW Class at your
location, what you can expect in our class as well as a map directing you to the class location. If you have
any questions, please feel free to call or email me
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WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR YOU TO HOLD A CPL CLASS IN
YOUR AREA OF MICHIGAN?:
hold a class at your location, throughout Michigan, if you have 25
people or more. We do this for service organizations, businesses,
unions, clubs and private groups. If you are the individual who
organizes the class in your area and you have at least 25 people to
attend, you can
attend the class for FREE
(and you can be the 25th person, so you
only need 24 more).
We request that a person be designated as the individual in charge of
organizing the class at your location. The process runs much smoother.
We also prefer to work with only the person organizing the class at
WHAT IS THE COST OF THE CLASS?: The cost of the
class for each attendee is $80.00. Again, this is based upon the
attendance of 25 people.
WHAT DO I / WE NEED TO DO TO HAVE YOU COME TO OUR AREA OF
MICHIGAN AND TEACH A CPL CLASS?: If we hold a class at your
location in Michigan, you will need to provide a place to hold the
class. It can be most anywhere (even a home) as long as there is
ample room for all of the attendees. We bring a power point projector
along with a very large white projection screen.
You will also need to provide a legal shooting location, such as a gun
club, shooting range, or even a farm in the country that allows the
shooting of 22 caliber pistols.
By providing both of these locations, it allows us to travel to you
and provide the class to each individual at the $80.00 price per
HOW DO I SCHEDULE THE CLASS DATE?:
When you are ready to schedule a date for
your class, just call Jan at michiganccwclasss.com, at 989.224.3210 or email
Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
you give all the
details to Jan, she
then you in contact with Range Instructor Robert Sipple.
He will set
a date up for you within one day of your call... and the date
scheduled will be within 1 or 3 weeks of your call... unless you have
a specific date of your own.
WHEN DO I SEND PAYMENT FOR THE ATTENDEES OF THE CLASS?: Our
policy is that for CPL Classes where
we have to come to your area of Michigan, we need the Full
Class Fee of $80.00 for each attendee paid to us or to know that the
person in charge of organizing the group has collected the $80.00 Full
Class Fee from each attendee, before we will leave to hold
the class in your area. This protects us from traveling a long way to
only find a few attendees showed up for the class.
I'M IN CLASS ALL DAY - WHAT ABOUT FOOD?:
Since you are providing the class location, it would
good idea to have coffee, tea and doughnuts or cookies (or something else)
for the attendees of the class to enjoy during the whole day.
There is a 1 to 1 ˝ hour lunch break where most groups leave and eat
at a local restaurant, fast food
restaurant or some groups have their lunch catered or brought into the
classroom. Whatever the organizer or group decides.
HOW LONG IS THE CLASS?: The class is an eight (8)
hour course that occasionally will run slightly over with large
classes. It starts at 8:00am and ends between 5:00pm and 6:00pm.
WHEN DO I GET MY CERTIFICATE OF CLASS COMPLETION?:
You will receive a 200 page NRA book when you arrive to class and a
Certificate of Completion that is needed in order to apply for a
Michigan Concealed Pistol License when you leave on the day of the
Michigan CPL / CCW (NRA’s - Personal Protection in the Home) course is
an eight (8) hour course that occasionally will run slightly over with
large classes. This course complies with requirements of: PA 372 of
1927 Sec. 5J2(b) as amended by PA 381 of 2000 and PA 719 of 2002, Sec.
5J. It covers firearm safety, defensive shooting, firearms and the
law, use of deadly force strategies for home safety, and responding
to a violent confrontation. It includes a minimum one hour from a
qualified attorney or law enforcement officer on the legal aspects of CCW and required shooting range time. You will receive a 200 page NRA
book and you must pass a firearm's proficiency test prior to receiving
a certificate of completion that is needed in order to apply for a
Michigan Concealed Pistol License.
We reserve the right to not accept
anyone's attendance in our CPL Classes