NASRO Instructor Minimum Qualifications
Must be a current member of NASRO in good standing
Must hold the National SRO Practitioner certificate
Must be currently assigned as a School Resource Officer, SRO Supervisor or School Administrator.
Must have at least (3) three years as a Certified Police Instructor in your home state.
Must be willing to demonstrate your skills at a scheduled NASRO course and be evaluated by both class attendees and current NASRO Instructors at your own expense.
Must hold at least a (2) two year college degree or comparable work experience.
Must supply a letter from your Chief or Sheriff stating department support and your availability to travel for NASRO.
Must be willing to abide by all NASRO Training Policies and Procedures as set forth by the Board of Directors and Training Committee.
NASRO Instructor Application Process
Application returned to and reviewed by Training Director and Training Committee
Telephone interview with applicant
Practice teaching at regularly scheduled NASRO training course scheduled through Training Director
Evaluation by NASRO class attendees and current NASRO instructors
Review of evaluations by Training Director and Training Committee
Appointment as NASRO Instructor
Instructor Assignments issued by Training Director
DO NOT SEND A RESUME. Simply state how you meet the listed criteria and a brief description of your interest in teaching for NASRO. You may be asked for additional information such as a biography or resume in the future prior to appointment as an instructor.
Applications should be mailed to the Training Director at NASRO, 2020 Valleydale Road, Suite 207A, Hoover, AL 35244.