Below are examples of persons requiring firearms in Category D:
Feral/pest control, Primary production, Theatrical Ordnance supplier’s licence, Firearms Licence (Instructor), Dealers and Armourers.
Throughout the safety course students will be evaluated by means of various theoretical assessments, safety, firearms safe handling procedures, storage, transportation, licence application, safe directions, laws, legislation, what it means to be a “Fit and Proper Person” and much more.
At the end of the firearm safety course there is a “Live Fire” assessment within the weapon category sort.
The live fire practical assessment at the end of the firearms safety course is to assess the students ability to display the required skills and knowledge learnt throughout the duration of the firearms safety course in accordance with the course assessment guidelines.
10618NAT Course in Firearms Safety (approved for firearms licensing in Queensland).
Applicants must be over the age of 18 years of age for Category D.
To view the eligibility requirements for this course please visit the Weapons Licensing website: