To me...that is more than adequate. Would I LIKE people to get training...sure...should they be required? HELL NO!!!
I think a lot of us look at these issues from our own eyes, and not from a broader, more realistic perspective. Sure, you may think YOU don't need any training, but this isn't about you. It's about public policy that includes everyone, including the guy who walks around with his safety off, or who thinks a "shootout" will be like a Bruce Willis movie. Shoot the bad guy, put your arm around the pretty girl and go home. Um, no, it doesn't happen like that. Not even close. Ever read, "In the Gravest Extreme"?
Guns are too dangerous to be carried openly without some kind of regulation or requirements. I think OWNERSHIP should be unregulated, and I don't believe in gun registration, either. And even the NRA supports instant, on the spot background checks.
But when it's an object that endangers other people, then some regulation needs to be present, to protect the public. "Public education campaign"? Oh, please. Yeah, public education has eliminated drug abuse, AIDS, crime, etc. hasn't it?
I can't believe that any rational person would support allowing a person who has never even touched a gun before to walk around in public with a .44 magnum on his belt, without so much as even a one-evening gun safety class, without even learning the most BASIC legal ramifications of the simple act of pulling out your gun and pointing it at somebody. Oh, my God.