In Person LTC Class

Time: 10am – 2pm


Course Outline: 4 modules, including laws and safety objectives

Module 1 ‐ Laws that relate to weapons and the use of deadly force
Module 2 ‐ Handgun use and safety, use of restraint holsters and methods to ensure secure carrying of openly carried handguns
Module 3 – Non‐violent dispute resolution
Module 4 ‐ Proper storage practices for handguns with an emphasis on eliminating the possibility of accidental injury to a child

Written DPS LTC Examination and Proficiency Demonstration will be given at the end of the course


• Identify places where a hand gun may/may not be carried by a license holder
• Identify the signs that may apply to license holders including 51%, 30.06 and 30.07, and 46.15(o) signs
• State the possible outcomes for carrying a handgun while intoxicated
• Understand the reciprocity and unilateral agreements function and 
resources available to determine which states are reciprocal/unilateral
• Be familiar with the laws in Penal Code Chapter 9 related to LTC and the use of force
• Understanding the terms: reasonable, necessity
• Understand when the use of deadly force can be justified
• Understand the considerations for license holders during interactions with law enforcement

• Knowledge of: Basic safety rules related to handguns
• Knowledge of: Basic operation of a handgun
• Knowledge of: Use of holsters and restraints

• Define situational awareness
• Identify effective communication skills
• Identify barriers that prevent effective communication skills
• Identify and understand the three ego states

• Identify the importance of safe storage of a handgun
• Identify types of storage options available
• Understand the penalties for making a firearm accessible to a child
• Understand the responsibilities and consequences when handguns are made available to anyone other than those who should have access

Texas Online License to Carry Class does not include Range Range Proficiency Demonstration exam

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In Person LTC Class