Shooting Sports Volunteer Training FAQ's
Volunteers may only be certified in one discipline per training but may attend as many trainings as they wish.
I have already attended a shooting sports training, am I certified to administer all disciplines in my county?
No, you must attend the discipline specific portion of training for any discipline you administer.
Certification is valid for seven years if the volunteer continues as an enrolled 4-H volunteer and an active shooting sports leader. If you have questions regarding your status, please call the 4-H Center (406) 994-3501 or (406) 994-3518
A two-year lapse in participation requires re-certification to continue as a 4-H shooting sports volunteer.
$60. This includes: Discipline specific informational binder, and lunch on Saturday. $25 for YOUTH Junior leader (must be 14).
Volunteers in 4-H Shooting Sports must be 21 years old or older. Interested minors may attend a training workshop, but are required to work under the supervision of a certified adult.
If this is your first training, please bring a completed pre-test. You can find this document at montana4h.org on the Montana 4-H Shooting Sports Training page.
Also, a portion of the training may be conducted outside, so make sure to bring appropriate clothing.
Registration materials are made available on the montana4h.org on the Montana 4-H Shooting Sports Training page or by contacting your MSU Extension County office.
Send in your form to: Montana 4-H Center PO Box 173580 210 Taylor Hall Bozeman, MT 59718.
Along with your $60 payment (checks made payable to: the Montana 4-H Foundation).