Concealed Pistol License Class & Home Safety Firearms Training
CPL/Home Safety Firearms Training is a community service course designed to accommodate a wide range of experience, from the beginner who has never handled a handgun, to the experienced shooter. The course has been certified by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and meets the CPL civilian training requirements of Section 5j of Public Act 372 of 1927; however, completion of the course does not in any way guarantee that the participant will be granted a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
- Date: June 16 – June 17, 2017 – FULL
- 6 p.m. -10 p.m. Friday & 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday
Registration and Fees
- FEE: $125 per person regular rate/$106 Senior Rate (60 years +)
- Fee is due at the first class (Friday)
- Registrants 60 years old or older will need to provide a copy of their driver’s license to receive the Senior Rate
- REGISTRATION is CLOSED
- Registrations are accepted first-come, first-served basis
- Minimum enrollment must be met to conduct the class
- Maximum enrollment of 12 participants
- Call 989-275-5000 ext. 348 to register
Things to Know
- Training is conducted at Kirtland Community College – Roscommon Campus (10775 N. St Helen Road)
- Classroom: Administration Building – Lower Level, Room 133
- Range: Kirtland Outdoor Firearms Range (on the east side of F-97/N. St. Helen Rd across from the campus)
- The CPL/Home Safety Firearms training is a non-credit class
- Participants must attend the entire 12 hour course – 8 hours classroom and 4 hours range
- Participants must be within 6 months of their 21st birthday or older (drivers license may be required to verify age)
- Fee includes 9MM or .40 caliber ammunition
- KCC will provide handguns for training.
- If you choose to bring your own handgun , you will need to supply 75 rounds of your own ammo if other than 9MM or .40 caliber
- Personal weapons must be inspected and approved by the Ranger Master prior to use
- Participants must provide their own Ear and Eye protection for the range
- Weather appropriate attire is needed for the OUTDOOR Firearms Range
- It is recommended that participants bring a sack lunch for Saturday’s session
QUESTIONS? call the Careers in Public Safety Office at 989-275-5000, Ext. 348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunter Safety Classes
Hunter Safety Education courses teach new hunters responsibility, ethics, firearm safety, wildlife conservation and wildlife identification, game care, survival and first aid. The typical hunter education course consists of two to five sessions with a total class time of 10 to 12 hours. The hunter education course is not intended to be all there is to know about hunting, nor does it meet the Concealed Pistol License (CPL) education requirements.
Participants should be 10 years of age or older and must attend a total of 10 hours. A certificate will be issued for our program only if the trainee attends the full 10 hours and passes all portions of the course.
What you need
Classroom day – participants should bring a notepad & pencil as well as a sack lunch as the campus cafeteria is not open on Saturday and the college is some distance from the nearest restaurant. Range day – participants will need to dress for the weather as shooting is all outdoors. Protection for eyes and ears is also required for range day.
Classroom training is on the Kirtland campus. Range training is conducted at Kirtland’s Firing Range (across from the main campus).
Registration and Fees
Hunter Safety Education is a non-credit class. Cost is free.
This class is not currently being offered