Obtaining qualifications to run a range as a civvy

#1
A position has arisen on the local ranges for a deputy range officer.
In my eagerness to put my 10 years spent serving Queen and Country to good use (albeit some 30 years ago) I thought I would apply for the post.
Now reading into it, I need TTLFTT, LFTT and SA (A) 90 range qualifications. Can anyone please advise how and where and how much it would cost to obtain said qualifications.
Many thanks

former scaley
 
#4
You need to do the NRA RCO course then (I think) the instructor course. As above, ask the NRA - be patient, there's only so much confusion they can generate.
 
#6
Hope your looking for the long term. I noticed this yesterday which got me thinking about my out-of-date SA (B) 90, which wouldn't get me very far anyway.

Interesting to see, if you're thinking of the position in Hythe, which is near where you're from, the applications have closed.

Deputy Range Officer Jobs, vacancies | Indeed.co.uk
 
#7
A position has arisen on the local ranges for a deputy range officer.
In my eagerness to put my 10 years spent serving Queen and Country to good use (albeit some 30 years ago) I thought I would apply for the post.
Now reading into it, I need TTLFTT, LFTT and SA (A) 90 range qualifications. Can anyone please advise how and where and how much it would cost to obtain said qualifications.
Many thanks

former scaley
To the best of my knowledge a civvie can't get on the courses to obtain these quals and no civvie qual is going cut the mustard.
 

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#8
As far as I am aware they were for range wardens who dont actually run the practices but put as many obstacles in the way of you doing so hence an ideal post for a retired SASC SNCO!
 

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