CWC offers two-day, one credit conceal carry course

CWC offers two-day, one credit conceal carry course

Nov. 1-2 class is already filled. Another is being offered Dec. 13-14.

 

Central Wyoming College’s Rural Justice Training Center offers a two-day course that meets state instruction requirements for a concealed carry permit.

 

The one college credit course meets on Friday, Dec. 13 from 5-10 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 14 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and teaches personal protection and concealed carry fundamentals. The $160 cost includes supplies, tuition and lunch.

 

Instructors for the class are RJTC director Eric Heiser, CWC criminal justice professor and former FBI violent crimes special agent Jeff Hosking, and Riverton Police officers Sgt. Scott Komrs and Peter McCall.

 

Call Heiser for additional details at 855-2038.

 

 


Kathleen Tilton
 Coordinator
 
 
Rural Justice Training Center
(307) 855-2038
(800) 735 8418 ext. 2038

 

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