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Firearms Training

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” – Second Amendment to the United States Constitution as ratified by the States and authenticated by Thomas Jefferson

SWAT’s firearms training programs are designed to combat the dangers of the real world. By focusing on effective self-defense solutions, the goal of our courses is to provide the best defense – regardless of shots being fired or not.

Texas License to Carry – LTC (Formally Concealed Handgun License – CHL)

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Regulatory Services Division licenses individuals to carry concealed handguns within the state of Texas, evaluates the eligibility of applicants through criminal history background checks, and monitors those currently licensed to ensure their continued eligibility. DPS also trains and certifies instructors who teach the required course to applicants.

All CHL applicants and renewals are required by the state of Texas to complete a course taught by a DPS certified CHL instructor. For original (first time) applicants the course is required to be a minimum of 10 hours. Renewal applicants are required to attend a 4 hour course. Each course is divided into a classroom section and a shooting proficiency evaluation.

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NRA Certified Training

The NRA sponsors firearm safety training courses, as well as marksmanship events featuring shooting skill and sports. According to a 1999 Fortune survey, lawmakers and congressional staffers considered NRA the most influential lobbying group. Its political activity is based upon a single guiding principle… “Firearms ownership is a civil liberty protected by the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights”. The NRA is the oldest continuously operating civil rights organization in the United States. According to its website, the NRA has 4.3 million members.

Texas Hunters Education

If you are planning to hunt in the state of Texas, this program is a prerequisite for your hunting license/permit. Hunters education covers the skills, regulations and responsibilities of hunting, wildlife conservation and the outdoors. Every year, over 30,000 youth and adults in Texas become certified in hunter$ education – a certification that lasts a lifetime and is recognized by all states and provinces requiring hunter$ education. Join the ranks of today’s hunter$ education graduates who are ensuring the future of our hunting heritage!

Basic Firearms Safety

Firearms safety courses are offered for both children and adults. Safety courses tailored specifically for hunter$$, children, and women have become particularly popular. Other programs such as the NRA’s “Eddie Eagle” program, which was developed for school-age children, reinforces “Stop! Don’t touch! Leave the area! Tell an adult!” if the child ever sees a firearm lying around. The “Eddie Eagle” program reduces the likelihood of firearms accidents in the home, and the program is used in many elementary schools nationwide.

Texas Private Security Training Courses

Level 3 Training is required for all commissioned (Armed) security officers and personal protection officers. This training course must be taken through a licensed Level 3 Training School and taught by a licensed Level 3 Instructor. A list of these schools is available on this website.
Level 4 Training is required for all personal protection officers (Bodyguards). This training course must be taken through a license Level 4 Training School and taught by a licensed Level 4 Instructor. A list of these schools is available on this website.

TCLEOSE – Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education

TCLEOSE training is available to all Texas law enforcement, corrections, and telecommunications personnel. The current 24-month period, or unit, began on 09/01/2011 and will end on 08/31/2013. The end of this current training cycle will also conclude the active 48-month training cycle which began on 09/01/2009. Click here: SEND EMAIL NOW or contact tcleose@swatco.org to inquire about training or current course availability.