The S.S.A.A. holds a number of different training courses throughout the year, and throughout the State. The S.S.A.A. is a recognised training organisation (RTO #5911). Should you require further information on any of the below, please contact you local Branch or you can contact us directly.

Firearms Safety Course

Applicants for a new Queensland Firearms Licence must successfully complete an approved course in Firearm Safety (Course #10618NAT) in the 12-month period ahead of the date when they wish to lodge their application. The courses we offer meet the requirement for a Queensland Licence.

Each Category of license has a specific Elective that must be completed. A typical Firearms' Safety Course comprises Section 1 and the Elective for Category A & B firearms. We are also able to provide trying for other Categories including A, B, C, D, H & M upon request.

The course(s) deal with knowledge, attitude and behavior needed to use a firearm safely, responsibly and legally. It includes the technology of firearms and ammunition, safe handling and safe use of firearms, legal and social responsibilities of shooters, and practical shooting.

Course Pricing

ModulesSSAA MembersNon Members
Section 1 plus One Elective Module$70.00$11.00$99.00$36.00
Each Additional Module$50.00$11.00$70.00$11.00

Conservation and Wildlife Management

It is a requirement of Conservation and Wildlife Management Qld that it's members pass both a theory and practicle based accreditation course. Courses are usually held every 2 months within the South East region with other areas conducted as required. For further information, please refer to Conservation and Wildlife Management Qld's website.

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