In Oregon, the local county sheriff’s offices issue permits to carry concealed firearms, which are called Concealed Handgun Licenses (CHLs) in the state. To obtain an Oregon Concealed Handgun License, you must complete an approved Oregon firearm training course.
You may be wondering “Where can I find in-person or online CCW classes near me?” If this sounds like you, Concealed Coalition is your solution!
We offer a variety of online and in-person classes (depending on the state) across the country. Each course is state-specific and taught by a highly qualified member of our training team, so you are sure to receive top-notch, up-to-date, and relevant instruction.
Carrying a firearm is a huge responsibility, which is why it is essential to know the ins and outs of firearm safety. In any Concealed Coalition course, we cover the basics of safe firearm handling and operation, as well as other safety-related topics like accident and injury prevention and safe storage, especially around children.
Additionally, we also spend time in class diving into the legal side of concealed carry, from state gun laws to interaction with law enforcement as a carrier to the legal nuances of defensive use-of-force situations. Our trainers utilize their diverse background experiences to create a scenario-based training environment. This method of instruction helps create more realistic, impactful training for our students.
But maybe you’re on the hunt for more general safety training – or we don’t currently have a course in your area at the moment. That’s where Concealed Coalition University comes in.
Concealed Coalition University is our one-of-a-kind online learning platform that allows you to train anytime and from anywhere. As a member of Concealed Coalition University, you’ll gain access to our online training library of self-defense and personal protection courses covering topics like situational awareness and threat avoidance, de-escalation, and home and family defense. With Concealed Coalition, we hope to create a nationwide community of people who feel confident in their ability to be their own first responders in a time of crisis.