This course covers Category M (other than crossbows) and R for Weapons Collectors.
A basic introduction to weapons collecting, the course covers the skills and knowledge essential to weapons legislation, weapons in the community, licensing requirements, safe handling, safe storage and transport, as well as additional information which is essential to all collectors.
On successful completion of this course, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment for 10618NAT Course in Firearms Safety (Approved for Weapons Licensing in Queensland).
This course meets the training requirements to apply for a QLD Weapons Collectors Licence for categories M (other than crossbows) and R (for non-functioning collectors firearms/weapons).
In order to participate in this course, students must meet the following requirements:
It is also recommended that pregnant women do not attend our firearms safety courses. If you have any questions regards this please contact our head office on 1300 731 602.
Please be advised we are unable to train students on a student visa. You must find a CRICOS registered training provider.
What will I need to provide to enrol?
Units of Competency
This course covers the following units:
This course covers M (other than crossbows) & R categories of non-functioning collectors firearms/weapons only.
This course is delivered face-to-face over 4 hours in-class only.
After completing this course, participants may be interested in attending further firearms training with Asset College including:
Firearms Licensing in QLD is administered by the QLD Police Weapons Licensing Branch. Information regarding the licence application process is provided during the course. For more information about licensing or to lodge an online application click here
“My son Rod and I have just completed your Firearms Safety Course. I have previously completed similar courses but this course was so thorough, well prepared and well presented it is a credit to your organisation.
In particular to the two trainers. They have very excellent knowledge of their subject and related legislation (which is a bit tricky) and any question raised during the course was handled with patience and courtesy and accompanied by practical demonstration where appropriate.”