Are you saying with this training you think someone should be out there training people? Charging people for your expertise? Do you think with that amount og time you can effectively recognize bad habits, and breakdown people shooting technique and build them up to be effective shooters?
Personally, I've done quite a bit of shooting but I don't think I can do that. Sure I can probably teach anyone how to shoot well, but as it stands my skills are still untested. I wouldn't feel right going out there and trying to make myself out to be some kind of coach/expert, because at the end of the day I only know the basics. I still feel this way after years of shooting and formal training. I think it's appalling that someone would try to con people like this.
Malcolm Gladwell study, "Outliers: The Story of Success" (Little, Brown & Co., 2008) states that it takes 10,000 hours (10 years) of deliberate practice to achieve true mastery of any skill.