Jumping Frog wrote:How instructors for 44 people? In particular what was the instructor-student ratio during the range?
MikeInTX wrote:Jumping Frog wrote:How instructors for 44 people? In particular what was the instructor-student ratio during the range?
I took the class in G.P. on the 25th, same instructor and 45 people in my class. The was one instructor sitting by the laptop and one instructor talking during the classroom portion. During shooting there was one instructor and 7 lanes, so 1:7 ratio.
I agree with what was said above about too many people and too much soapbox. This was the most unsafe place I've been in a long time. .Students that have never fired a pistol were playing with their rental guns and loading magazines all over the place in the classroom. I saw almost no instructions being given to anyone prior to picking up their loaded gun in the range. I wish someone would audit his class just for the sake of safety.
jmra wrote:I have not attended this class (actually I've only attended one class) but I would be reluctant to attend a class with 45 people. My instructor limited his classes to a much smaller size even though he had room for many more. His rationale was to ensure that every question by every person was answered before the end of the class. I do not believe that is even remotely possible in a class of 45.
Kabong30 wrote:Hey Daniel, I hope you understand that my issue with the "soapbox" was that I felt like there should have been more content related to what was gonna be on the test. I had done a lot of prep leading up to the class so it wasn't an issue for me, but it might have been for others. I also had an issue with the instruction going on with student out on the range. There were also students on the range during the "review" so they missed out on that as well. Now, the communal testing environment pretty much guaranteed that a mentally disabled chimp could still pass, but I feel like a little tweaking on your part might change "my opinion" which not only am I entitled to have but to share.
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