Firearm Safety Courses – They’re Back!

Applying for a Queensland Firearms Licence can be daunting for the first-timer, we can guide you through the application process to make it as easy as possible and prevent any unneccessary delays from incorrect paperwork.

Firearm Safety Courses

In order to obtain a Queensland Firearms Licence, applicants must first obtain a “Statement of Attainment” showing that they have completed an approved safety training course for weapons (within the previous 12 month period).

The Training Course is Nationally accredited: 10618NAT Course in Firearms Safety (approved for firearms licensing in Queensland)

At Caboolture Clay Target Club we employ the services of:

 

Pistol Shooting Queensland

  • Trainer: Glenn Walker— Courses delivered under a third-party arrangement with Pistol Shooting Qld RTO 2962. (Pistol Shooting Qld are the issuers of the Safety Certificates)

Asset Training

  • Trainer: Andy Aitchison— Courses delivered under a third-party arrangement with Asset College RTO 31718. (Asset College are the issuers of the Safety Certificates)

 

Courses from these trainers run at Caboolture Clay Target Club on alternate months.

For enquiries, please send an email to: safetycourse@cctc.com.au

 

To obtain your Queensland Firearms Licence you are also required to demonstrate a “genuine reason” to possess a firearm. Membership of an approved club such as ours is one such reason (for category A B and C only). Cat C is by request only

Applying for a Queensland Firearms Licence can be daunting for the first-timer; we can guide you through the application process to make it as easy as possible and prevent any unneccessary delays from incorrect paperwork.

Since 2015 all students doing nationally recognised training need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). To find out more information and to apply for a USI, please follow this link: https://www.usi.gov.au/about

You can find out more about how to obtain a weapons license, including all the forms you need, at Qld Weapons Licensing.

*** Important Information regarding Junior applications; ***

Information: Weapons Licensing Branch Brisbane

Juniors aged from 11 years to 13 years must have Photo ID being a current passport, 13 years to 17 years can apply for a student card through their attending school. Australia Post will not be able to process any application without the above for any Junior / Minor

 

Upcoming Events & Courses

(Please click on event to register)

Date/Time Course
17/07/2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Firearm Safety Course (Asset Training)

On the Day

The Firearm Safety Course goes for several hours hours, depending on class numbers. Please enquire with the relevant course provider for cost and payment requirements. CCTC cannot accept payment for the course (other than the online booking deposit) and we would like to remind you that there are no cash out facilities at the club.

Please bring along payment for the course and some writing materials. Covered shoes are required.

Tea, coffee and sausage sizzle lunch will be provided. You are welcome stay after the course for a cold beverage once you will no longer be handling firearms.

Unique Student Identifier (USI)

Since 2015 all students doing nationally recognised training need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). To find out more information and to apply for a USI, please follow this link: https://www.usi.gov.au/about

Want to Join The Club?

Becoming a member of Caboolture Clay Target Club provides you with many benefits. You will have access to our premier shotgun facility, special discounts and will be covered by our insurance policy. Not to mention being part of a great community and a fun sport!