Update : 06 January
List of trainings
List of trainings
Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC)
Passing this course is mandatory for obtaining a Firearms Possession and Acquisition License (PAL), even if you do not want long guns. You must pass this course in addition to the ICAF course in order to receive the Firearms Hunter's Certificate. This course is offered by the Quebec Federation of Hunter and Fishermen.
Initiation to Hunting with Firearms (IHF)
In order to be able to go hunting with a firearm, it is mandatory to pass the CFSC course, either before or after the IHF course. This course is offered by the Quebec Federation of Hunter and Fishermen.
Canadian Course on Safety in the Handling of Restricted Firearms (CCSHRF)
It is mandatory to pass this course, as well as to have passed the CFCS to obtain a Firearms Possession and Acquisition License (FPA), in order to own and acquire a weapon. restricted fire. The CCSHRF can be taken before the CFSC, and vice versa. This course is offered by the Quebec shooting federation.
Certification of Law 9
Since September 1, 2008, this course is compulsory for residents of Quebec only who wish to be members in good standing of an approved shooting club to practice shooting restricted and / or prohibited firearms. Each person wishing to become a member in good standing of an approved shooting club to practice shooting restricted and / or prohibited firearms must take this training. It is necessary to be a member in good standing of an approved shooting club to be able to acquire and / or possess restricted and / or prohibited firearms. This course is offered by the Quebec shooting federation.
To practice IPSC shooting and to participate in competitions, a person must take the “Black Badge” safety course. At the Club de Tir Récréatif de Valcartier, this course is composed of theory and compulsory practice spread over 2 days. Course content is delivered by instructors certified by IPSC Canada. At the end of the course, the student receives a certificate of achievement. He must then participate in two competitions organized by affiliated clubs and must not be disqualified in any of these competitions. Following these two successes, he will be recognized as an official IPSC member. To obtain a “BlackBadge” training, just contact us to find out when the next courses will be. You will need to submit your request to the Director of Training.
Range Safety Officer (OSCT)
Soldiers trained for the shooting ranges (small arms / ALNA and FFQ or equivalent) must do the equipment portion of club training and be supervised once. All other members must complete the FQT training and full CTRV training as well as be supervised twice, before they can open a range alone. You must be approved by a senior official and added to our list of CTSE Range Control officials.
In order to register for BLACKBADGE or OSCT, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org