Completed the Concealed Carry class at Wake County Firearms Training Center this week. 2 nights / 4hrs each. My impression? Disappointed. The first 4hr session focused on the parts of a gun, "slapping it in your hand" to get a good grip, and alignment of the barrel with the long bones in your strong arm to get a good aim. The class seemed more basic than the range orientation class I had taken. The second night we had a discussion about appropriate use of deadly force (good) and then watched a video. There was no presentation about prohibited places of carry - as the test was passed out at the end of the classroom session one of the ladies in the class asked about and one of the instructors said "its not covered on the test" she responded that she had already read 3 questions that asked about it. Another guy in the class presented several scenarios to the instructor and got some input about where you could and could not carry concealed. All-in-all, this topic needed much more review than telling us that revolvers have 4 parts - a frame, muzzle, cylinder and grips!
If ever asked for my opinion, Wake County Firearms Training Center is a fantastic facility and many of the instructors are top-notch, but I would recommend a different facility/trainers for the requisite Concealed Carry class.