Sorry, I have been down and out for awhile. Illness. I am doing much better now, back to 100%. Anyway, the things done wrong are: not having enough range safety people (2) for the number of students qualifying (50+ students per class). Giving the students an answer sheet to the written test before handing out the written test. Qualifying students on firearms proficiency though not having actually observed the student with the said type of firearm. On several occasions, the student did not have the firearm in possession to qualify with and the "instructor" entered that gun, usually revolvers, as having actually observed the qualification.
The instructor(s): Armed & Safe in Reno, NV
Definitely need more than two instructors on the shooting range with a group that size. Giving the answers to the written test is wrong too. In our class, Mike went over the questions as he taught the course and each answer had an explanation to go with it. He did not simply rattle off the questions and answers.
Signing off on qualifications without watching the student shoot is bad and Washoe County Sheriiff Dept. can revoke teaching privileges.