NSSA Level I Skeet Instructors are required to take
a two-day course conducted by the NSSA
Chief Instructor or the Zone Chief Instructor.
Level I certifies an instructor as a basic skeet instructor. The Level I
skeet instructor is capable of giving solid skeet skills to beginning and
relatively new shooters, including safety and standardized techniques as
indorsed by the NSSA. Candidates for Level 1 Certification should have achieved
C Level Classification in at least one gun and passed a written exam on teaching
NSSA approved skeet fundamentals.
NSSA Level II
Skeet Instructors are
required to teach at least 100 hours of certifiable paid instruction at Level 1.
Certification at this level requires also a two-day Level II Instructor's
course, held at the NSSA Headquarters site and conducted by the NSSA Chief
Instructor. The Level II instructor is qualified to coach intermediate and
advanced skeet shooters to improve their fundamentals of skeet and performance
in competitive skeet shooting.