Registration and more information is available online at utahshootingsportscouncil.org, or by calling 801-829-1486.
"The class is open not only to teachers but also all other staff that work in schools," said Clark Aposhian, chairman of the council. "Because of the popularity last year, we wanted to offer it again."
The class last year held just weeks after the Sandy Hook School shooting in Newtown, Conn., where 20 children and six adults were killed attracted 150 teachers and school employees, and another 50 or so were turned away for lack of space.
The class last year also came about a week after the National Rifle Association made a controversial call for armed police officers in every school, saying it would improve security. Utah and Kansas are the only two states that allow concealed weapons permit holders to carry firearms on school grounds.
Calls for officers and teachers to carry guns in schools have generated plenty of controversy in Utah and the nation. For example, the nation's two largest teachers unions, the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers, have said that arming educators won't improve school safety and that "guns have no place in our schools." The groups have instead called for a renewed focus on bullying prevention, mental-health services and gun control.