It doesn't look like it. I found this from the "West Virginia Citizens Defense League":
The acceptable forms of training for a West Virginia concealed handgun license are:
Among the many problems with West Virginia's concealed handgun licensing law WVCDL will be seeking to correct is that with regard to military weapons training, our law requires specific proof of handgun training, unlike several other states that accept an honorable discharge as fulfilling their training requirements. So please note that even if you are a veteran who served our country, West Virginia requires you to lighten your wallet and spend a day taking a redundant civilian handgun safety class to obtain a West Virginia concealed handgun license.
- Any official national rifle association handgun safety or training course;
- Any handgun safety or training course or class available to the general public offered by an official law-enforcement organization, community college, junior college, college or private or public institution or organization or handgun training school utilizing instructors duly certified by such institution;
- Any handgun training or safety course or class conducted by a handgun instructor certified as such by the state or by the national rifle association; [or]
- Any handgun training or safety course or class conducted by any branch of the United States military, reserve or national guard.