Students will Here, they will learn the safety procedures involved when moving with a instructor with the NTO. The Black Badge Course Successful completion of the IPSC “Black Badge” Course is a mandatory prerequisite for ALL new IPSC shooters. Read about our Black Badge Training Program, policies and procedures, and upcoming courses. The IPSC Ontario Black Badge Program is a multi-level program that requires certain policies be maintained to ensure program integrity. IPSC shooting is about competing with handguns, rifles and shotguns in dynamic courses of fire. competitions. take the course, qualify and receive an IPSC Canada Black Badge. IPSC Ontario has modified the Black Badge fee structure. Ready to move up from Practical Pistol competition? You can see these and other scheduled BB courses on the IPSC Ontario website: https://www.ipsc-ont.org/machinfo.htm. firearm, reloading under time pressure and drawing from a holster. Reading the materials that are provided with this course. other clubs and organizations use the Black Badge course as their standard A manual is provided to assist the students and Any FRPC members fitting that description and interested in the BB course should contact Henri via e-mail for further details. All students must join IPSC Canada in order to Provincial and National events. The objective of this document is to provide information that can be used by all interested parties as well as current IPSC Ontario Black Badge Instructors to administer the program properly. From now on, the following persons are exempted from paying the IPSC Ontario Black Badge fee of $50.00: Active military personnel and active law enforcement (police officers, CBSA, corrections and conservation officers). in all sanctioned IPSC events. They will be known as qualified IPSC competitors Observing techniques demonstrated by the instructor. If you are interested in taking the course so that you can compete in IPSC matches, please contact Henri to get more information and to let him know. All instructors must be current IPSC Canada members and listed as an instructor with the NTO. be provided with a current Rule Book and must pay all of the necessary course and are entitled to a certificate, a numbered “Black Badge” and to participate the course. Ready to be a Range Officer? understanding of the rules. The IPSC Black Badge Course is a two day course combining written exams, classroom lectures followed by dry and live firing exercises. will be used as a reference throughout the course. See the list of upcoming NROI Canada Range Officer Courses in Ontario. training course calendar. All instructors must be current IPSC Canada members and listed as an These include (but are not limited to): Both new and experienced targets shooters are welcome. The Black Badge course teaches a combination of safety, proficiency, and Recognizing this, many the “Black Badge” course. Safe gun handling is essential all the while emphasizing accuracy, power and speed, in high-level competitions found around the world. From now on, the following persons are exempted from paying the IPSC Ontario Black Badge fee of $50.00: Active military personnel and active law enforcement (police officers, CBSA, corrections and conservation officers). The progression of skills will be learned by: The emphasis of the Black Badge course is safety. Ready to be a Range Officer? All students must join IPSC Canada in order to take the course, qualify and receive an IPSC Canada Black Badge. Read about our Black Badge Training Program, policies and procedures, and upcoming courses. If you can reach the benchmarks in this set of exercises, you are ready for your BB: Exercises you can use to determine if you are ready for a Black Badge course. February 09, 2018 Students should expect to spend up to 8 hours in a classroom environment. Upon completion of the course the students will be very safe and sufficiently From time to time when interest is sufficient, Henri Cardinal runs black badge courses at FRPC. Students will be provided with a current Rule Book and must pay all of the necessary course and membership fees. The course is used to train competitors in our The IPSC Canada National Training program, or as it is better known as IPSC Ontario’s “Future” program has been created to help young people get involved in practical shooting. demonstrate all of the necessary skills to shoot an IPSC Course of fire safely (unloaded firearms and magazines) before proceeding with the Practical part of Young and not sure where to start? The Black Badge course contains both a theoretical and practical component. They will Want to know if you are ready for a Black Badge course? Please contact your local IPSC section about See the list of upcoming NROI Canada Range Officer Courses in Ontario. proficient to allow them to compete in competitions at local clubs and at for training or in lieu of their own training program. They also make viable freestyle competitive strategies and techniques a part of IPSC shooting to keep its athletes challenged and spectators entertained. Exercises you can use to determine if you are ready for a Black Badge course. Doing the techniques under the close supervision of the instructor. Ever different courses of fire featuring multiple targets, moving, reactive and penalty targets, obstacles and movement are the norm. The course is designed to teach the new IPSC shooter how to SAFELY draw a loaded firearm from a holster, reload … IPSC Ontario has modified the Black Badge fee structure. learn the rules of the game and practice all of these under cold conditions needed for IPSC style competitions. Young and not sure where to start? and membership fees. A full day is spent on the range, where students will practice the skills sport and give them the basic skills necessary to participate in IPSC Hopefully we could generate enough interest to hold a course here in the near future. Board of Directors, 2019. and accurately. IPSC Ontario’s “Future” program has been created to help young people get involved in practical shooting. This course will