This online course goes beyond the minumum required by the state to satisfy the requiremnts for a CHL application. It includes a section on aspects of practical self-defense in addition to the legally required handgun safety component.
The course takes about 40 minutes to complete. There are seven sections, covering handgun safety and practical self-defense.
To access this course, click on the payment button above. After payment is processed (usually within seconds) you will receive an email including a URL to access the training site and credentials to login.
If no email is received after payment is processed, please check your SPAM folder, and if nothing is there, contact me for your login and password.
Note that the email is sent to the address on your PayPal account if you have one. If for some reason you no longer have access to that email account, either correct the email address on your account before paying, or contact me with the address on the account, and the address to which to send the login details.
If you don't have a PayPal account, the email will be sent to the email address that you provide when you make the payment. Please ensure that you enter the email address correctly.
Should you decide after enrolling for the online course that you would prefer the full course, full credit will be given against the price of the full course, even if you have completed the online training.
You may leave the training at any point and return later to complete the training. It will re-start at the beginning of the last section that you were working on when you left.
Once you have completed the course you can reprint your certificate at any time by logging back in and clicking the print certificate link.
To login click the button below.
With the online course, there is no-such feedback available, so I rely on you, the person taking the course to let me know if you think that something is not clear, if more explanation is required, or if something you consider important is missing. If any of the above are true for you, please take a couple of seconds to drop me an email, or a note in the comments section and I can hopefully improve the course for future students.