Upcoming Instructor Workshops
People become MCRGO CPL Instructors for a variety of reasons. Assisting others in obtaining their concealed pistol license is perhaps the most important thing you can do to defend self defense rights in our state. About 85% of our instructors transition to MCRGO from a national agency. MCRGO’s instructor program is developed by instructors and is designed to make teaching students as simple as possible. Program administrators are easily accessible to instructors with fast, personal replies to questions and suggestions. MCRGO’s program is Michigan specific and is focused on carry outside the home.
There is no cost to apply to become a MCRGO instructor. The fee to register for an instructor workshop is $200 which pays for compensation to the trainer, materials, venue rental, and MCRGO’s liability insurance. Certification is valid for two years. Renewal after two years is $50. There is no need to order materials from MCRGO. Instructors pay $10 per student which includes access to student certificates, all training materials, and a 1-year membership for the student. It also includes access to a video to teach the legal portion of the class for instructors who do not have access to an attorney -ideal for smaller classes and classes in rural areas.
Before a MCRGO instructor candidate may attend an instructor workshop, they must first apply, be approved, and then pay their full registration fee on-line. Instructor candidates who are not current NRA PPIH instructors, current USCCA instructors, or who do not hold State Bar or MCOLES credentials, first need to take a MCRGO CPL course from any MCRGO instructor and provide proof of certification to the MCRGO Executive Director before registering for an instructor workshop (that may occur following application).
Registration for all workshops closes one week prior to the start time of the workshop. All workshops last from 9 AM to 6 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Instructors are responsible for providing their own transportation and lodging and for bringing necessary ammo and materials. This includes a primary carry firearm of 9mm/.38 or larger caliber and 100 rounds of ammo.
MCRGO’s CPL Program is managed digitally. MCRGO instructors are expected to have a basic understanding of computers including an e-mail address, the ability to download and display a PowerPoint presentation and video, and acceptance of PayPal as an online payment system.
2017 Instructor Workshops
August 5-6: Livonia
October 14-15: Mason
December 2-3: Saginaw