Level II Course
A high level of expertise is required for the Level II course, with an emphasis on accurate diagnostics and communication skills. The Level II Certification Course includes classroom presentations, shooting and handson
teaching exercises – over 3 days of intensive training. A sound knowledge of the fundamentals is vital as well as the realization that there are no advanced shooting techniques, just advanced applications of the basics. Not everyone passes the Level II course, please be sure to carefully weigh your experience and expertise before signing up for the course.
Level II Criteria
Applicants must be a member of the NSCA, must have been a Level I Instructor for at least 2 years and have a recommended 400 hours of actual sporting clays teaching experience.
Level II – The Cost
In addition to the $750 registration fee which is submitted along with the application form to NSCA Headquarters, each applicant is responsible for brining his/her own gun and approximately 250 shells. Students are also accountable for target fees of the host club and a percentage of the examiner/instructor expenses. (This will vary depending on the number of students in each course.)