Find an instructor

Find a certified instructor

To find an instructor contact the Chief Firearms Officer or the service provider in your area as indicated below.

Alberta

List instructor CSFC
Albertans who are interested in taking a firearm safety course or in training to become instructors of the CFSC/CRFSC should contact AHEIA at its Calgary offices
yssecure.com/instructor-lists

(403) 252-8474
[email protected]

More information on Canada’s Firearms Program, including safety course requirements is available by calling 1-800 731-4000.

cscb.ca

For CSFC and Hunter education course
www.aheia.com

  • Click “Instructor listing”
  • Select the course you want to take (Choose between CFSC, Hunter education course, sorted by city of names)
  • Contact the person of your choice near you and set a date. Don’t forget to ask him as many questions as you would like to for the price, where he does the teaching, how it works, etc.

* The hours and prices may vary depending on the instructor. Most instructors wait to have a small amount of people to make a class; you may have to wait a bit before taking your class.

List PDF
csfc-hunter-education-course-list.pdf

British Columbia

Chief Firearms Officer
118-5477 152 Street
Surrey, BC
V3S 5A5

604-575-1241 (fax)
1 800-731-4000 (for Canada and the United States)
506 624-6626 (for all countries outside of Canada and the United States)

www.gov.bc.ca

Manitoba

Chief Firearms Officer
Unit 1, 1680 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB
R3H 0Z2

204 984-0670 (fax)
1-800 731-4000

New Brunswick

Chief Firearms Officer
Department of Justice and Public Safety
PO Box 6000
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5H1

506 457-3521 (Télécopieur)

www.gnb.ca

CSFC and Hunter education course
www.gnb.ca/firearm-safety-hunter-education-course

  • In the “Related links” section click on “Upcoming conservation education courses”
  • Click on the region you live in
  • Select the class you want. Check out the number of seats remaining before contacting the location the class is.

Newfoundland & Labrador

Chief Firearms Officer
Suite E120, Prince Charles Building
120 Torbay Road
St. John’s, NL
A1A 2G8

709 772-3202 (fax)

For more infos
Department of Environment and Climate Change
Wildlife Division
Conservation Services
P.O. Box 2007
117 Riverside Drive
Corner Brook, NL A2H 7S1

709 637-2006

Northwest Territories

Chief Firearms Officer
701-10065 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T5J 3B1

Mailing Address:
11140 109 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T5G 2T4

1-800 731-4000 (for Canada and the United States)
506 624-6626 (for all countries outside of Canada and the United States)
Fax: 780 495-7970

www.enr.gov.nt.ca

Nova Scotia

Chief firearms officer
Public Safety and Security Division
P.O. Box 7
Halifax, NS
B3J 2L6

Fax: 902 424-4308

For online registration for CFSC and CRFSC:
www.hmcgroup.ca/education/CFSC

  • Select the class you want to take
  • Click on “Next”
  • Click on the CourseID of the class you want to take. There is also a map link for each class to see the exact location
  • Fill all the forms
  • Pay online (credit card only, no Pre-paid card)

Nunavut

Chief Firearms Officer
Unit 1, 1680 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB
R3H 0Z2

1 800 731-4000 (For Canada & USA)
506 624-6626 (For all countries outside of Canada & USA)
Fax: 204 984-0670

Ontario

Chief Firearms Officer
Winnipeg, MB
R3H 0Z2

1 800 731-4000 (For Canada & USA)
506 624-6626 (For all countries outside of Canada & USA)
Fax: 204 984-0670

For CSFC and Hunter Education Course
www.fseso.org/public-instructor-search

  • Type your area code or city name
  • Select an instructor depending on which class you want to take (CSFC, CRFSC or/and Hunter Safety training) and the language you want
  • Contact the instructor to make an appointment for a class

*The hours and prices may vary depending on the instructor. Most of instructor waits to have a small amount of people to make a class; you may have to wait a bit before taking your class.

Quebec

Fédération québécoise de tir (FQTIR)
6897, Jarry Est
Montreal (Quebec)
H1P 1W7

514 252-3056
1 888 514-7847

[email protected]

www.fqtir.qc.ca
www.formationccsmaf.com

Find a Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC)
www.fqtir.qc.ca/fr/le-tir/formation-ccsmafar.php

 

Take the Bill 9 course
https://cha-acc.com/en/bill-9-competency-test/

*The Bill 9 course is mandatory to be a member of a shooting club or if you want to buy a restricted firearm.

You can also contact the Chief Firearms office to find an instructor in your area.
Sûreté du Québec
Office of Control of Firearms and Explosives
1701, Parthenais street, Bureau 10.07
Montreal, QC
H2K 3S7

514 496-4653 ou 1 877 335-4653 (Télécopieur)

Saskatchewan

Firearm safety/Hunter education courses
Box 3147
Regina SK S4P 3G7

306 352-6730
Fax: 306 352-6765

www.saskhuntered.com/courses/

SAFE is located at 869 Argyle St North

Yukon

Chief firearms officer
Timbers Way
Mailstop #501
Surrey, BC
V3T 6P3

Fax: 778 290-6174

CRFSC et CFSC
The Whitehorse Rifle & Pistol Club offers the Canadian firearms Safety Course at the club house on Grey Mountain Road. (Visit the contact and location section to have the complete address) Class are generally once a month on weekends.

Consult the calendar to schedule your course
wrpc.ca/calendar

  • Click on the class you want to see the informations
  • Call the indicated number to save your place(Call early class size is limited
  • Pay in person, in cash or cheque

For more informations
wrpc.ca/canadian-firearms-safety-course/