01E - July 6-7
05E - July 8
75E - July 9-11 (in-person)
This course has a web-based structure. Each student will need a webcam and be available from 0900-1700 the day of the class.
This course has a web-based structure. Each student will need a webcam and be available from 0900-1700 each day of the class.
We have been approved by DCJS temporarily to offer web-based training for certain entry level courses to include (01E) and (05E). You can log in to our portal to sign up.CCJA Online Portal
If you are interested in taking 30E, 35E or 39E, please contact A Class Academy at 703-754-0119 or visit their website for more information.
CCJA will remain open until Governor Northam Requires us to shut down.
All classes have been adjusted to hold no more than 9 students.
Both of our outdoor ranges remain open for Firearms Training and Re-Qualifications.
If you are interested in taking 30E, 35E or 39E, please contact A Class Academy at 703-754-0119 or their website for more information.
We have been approved by DCJS temporarily to do web-based training for certain entry level courses to include (01E) and (05E). You can log in to our portal to sign up.
Should you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 540-322-3000.
At the completion of the course, students will be able to do the following:
Here at CCJA we reached out to our good friends over at Tactics and Preparedness magazine and invited them to come out and attend our first DC CCW course at our Fredericksburg, VA location.
To our surprise they sent out Chris Graham, who completed the course having learned all of the most important rules and regulations of DC CCW. Read his article on the class and find out for yourself how valuable this training can be.
The course consists of 16 hours of classroom and 2 hours of range training. The two hours of range training must include a 50-round qualification course from a maximum distance of 25 yards with a minimum score of 70 percent. CCJA will change $300.00 for the 16 hours of classroom training and the range portion. In addition, students will recieve all necessary forms required by the MPD.
Since the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries began the K9 program in 2011- the K9s have played a huge role in search and rescue operations, as well as investigating hunting incidents and solving wildlife crime. Here at CCJA we wanted to express our support for Virginia’s Conservation Police Officers. That’s why we have wanted to donate a K9 to the DGIF, CPO Cramer. CPO Cramer will be Waylon’s handler and will be with Waylon at K9 training school in Indiana.