Retired Law Enforcement Officers
RGTG offers Retired Law Enforcement Firearms Certifications for North Carolina.
RGTG offers training that originates with RGTG, as well as contracting with the local community colleges.
All of the classes offered on this web site are priced by the student. Go to the CONTACT US page to obtain pricing and scheduling for groups.
Retired L.E.O. Firearms Qualification
Classroom Hours: 4 Hours
Range Hours: 4 Hours Day/Night
Students will need to bring at LEAST 100 rounds of ammo, per pistol, to qualify both day, night and a combat course day and night, eye and ear protection along with a flashlight a holster and belt are required.
Students will be required to meet the following standards:
1-Pass a written exam with a 70% or better.
2-Pass both Day and Night Firearms Qualification with a 70% or better (50 Rounds)
3-Show sound judgement in firearm use.
4-Demonstrate safe handgun handling.
If you want to shoot a practice round before you qualify be sure to bring the extra ammo. If all you are going to shoot is your two qualifications courses, 1 day and 1 night, and both combat courses you will need a minimum of 100 rounds of ammo.
Start times for the class will differ, depending on the number of students and the time of the year.
LEOSA Training $ 100.00
C. P. R.
Price: $ 35.00 a person or run through Community College
Hours: 4.5 Hour Class
RGTG offers 2 levels of C.P.R. developed by the American Heart Association
Level 1-Health Care Provider (for those in the Health Care Field) Police, Fire, EMS, Nurses, Doctors, LPN, CNA, Day Care employees or others working in similar fields.
There is a written and skills test given to earn the AHA certification which is good for 2 years.
Level 2-Heart Saver C.P.R. and A.E.D (for Families and Church Groups) Adult, Child and Infant C.P.R. and A.E.D.
There is skills test given for this class to earn the AHA certification, good for 2 years.
Price: $ 25.00 a person.
Hours: 2 Hour Class
RGTG offers a First Aid Course developed by the American Heart Association.
Heart Saver First Aid
This class covers basic First Aid from hand washing, how to handle exposure to blood, use of protective equipment, calling 911, to handling small cuts and broken bones. It also covers emergencies like heart attack, stroke, blood sugar issues and shock. The student will be able to control bleeding and apply a splint to a broken bone on a victim. Upon completion the student will be able to provide first aid for heat and cold related emergencies along with handling a poisoning emergency.
There is skills test given for this class to earn the AHA certification which is good for 2 years.