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    Certified but haven't taught it...

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    Fondis Firearms
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    Certified but haven't taught it...

    Post by Fondis Firearms on Tue Aug 27, 2013 10:28 pm

    Last year I got certified to teach RTBAV, but I haven't taught any classes Sad

    Part of what is holding me back is that the minimum class kit items are awfully expensive, and then probably the biggest reason why I have stopped working on it is that there are two big organizations in my area that give FREE classes pretty regularly. I know I should look at this as a community service opportunity rather than a business money maker, but that is hard for me to do when I am already struggling to pay my bills.

    I was planning to attend another class last Saturday as a refresher and to reignite my interest in it, but then I had to cancel due to a schedule conflict with a gun show that I had to work.

    What are your thoughts on this?
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    Re: Certified but haven't taught it...

    Post by Jim_Fleming on Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:54 pm

    It sounds like that real life keeps on getting in the way. UGH! Crying or Very sad 

    Fondis Firearms wrote:Last year I got certified to teach RTBAV, but I haven't taught any classes Sad

    Part of what is holding me back is that the minimum class kit items are awfully expensive, and then probably the biggest reason why I have stopped working on it is that there are two big organizations in my area that give FREE classes pretty regularly.  I know I should look at this as a community service opportunity rather than a business money maker, but that is hard for me to do when I am already struggling to pay my bills.

    I was planning to attend another class last Saturday as a refresher and to reignite my interest in it, but then I had to cancel due to a schedule conflict with a gun show that I had to work.

    What are your thoughts on this?

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