(1) An applicant for licensure as a certified firearms instructor (CFI) shall submit an application that complies with all of the requirements of ARM 24.182.501 and evidence the applicant:
(a) is at least 21 years of age;
(b) meets the insurance requirements stated in ARM 24.182.405; and
(c) has successfully completed a firearms instructor training course conducted by any of the following:
(i) National Rifle Association (NRA);
(ii) Public Safety Officer Standards and Training Council (POST);
(iii) United States military; or
(iv) federal law enforcement.
(2) An applicant shall provide the following additional information at the time of application:
(a) detailed outlines of all courses to be instructed; and
(b) proof of education and training, which may include:
(iii) seminar certificates;
(iv) course completion certificates; or
(v) other supporting evidence.
(3) Licensed firearms instructors shall:
(a) file a yearly certificate of insurance with the board; and
(b) conduct at least one board approved combat shooting course annually.
(4) Instructors may only offer courses in which they have been approved by the board to instruct.