This may have been asked and answered before, but i cant be arrsed to look
cheers m8, that were helpfulDr_Evil said:CMCQ (Combat Marksmanship Coaching Qualification) is a great course. By teaching you how to coach others in shooting, it improves your shooting, too. The minimum rank to do it is LCpl and you need to have done DITs (Defence Instructional Techniques - how to teach) beforehand.
I reckon it is one of the best teaching qualifications: at an early stage, it gives you a skill which you can pass on to others, as well as warry kudos from your peers for being a decent shot.
Another good thing about it is that it is usually fairly easy to get on the course. I'd really recommend that you did it first and then sought out the less well-known "Gucci" courses (sharpshooter, sniper, whatever).
London District RTC teach CMCQ really well, which might be another reason why I am so keen on the course. But I'm sure the other brigade RTCs make a decent job of it too.
RMQ (Range Management Qualification) doesn't really teach you about shooting: it's about paperwork and admin. Worth having, but not appropriate for you yet.