From the AG's web site:
K.A.R. 16-11-4. Weapons safety and training course. (a) Except as provided in subsection (d), each applicant for a license to carry a concealed weapon, as defined in L. 2006, Ch. 32, § 2 and amendments thereto, shall successfully complete either of the following weapons safety and training courses that have been approved by the attorney general when taught by one or more instructors certified by the attorney general, or approved by the attorney general pursuant to K.A.R. 16-11-2(f):While the above doesn't give exact requirements for the live fire portion, during three different classes (mine, my wife's, & my daughter's) the same has been used for all three.
(1) The attorney general’s “concealed carry handgun license program lesson plan,” dated July 1, 2006 and amended on October 19, 2006, which is hereby adopted by reference; or
(2) any weapons course described in L. 2006, Ch. 32 § (b)(1)(D)(ii), and amendments thereto, that is determined by the attorney general to be substantially equivalent to the course identified in paragraph (a)(1). Internet, online, correspondence, and self-study courses shall not be approved.
(b) To “successfully complete” means to obtain a passing score of 100% on an examination approved by the attorney general and to display proficiency with a weapon by shooting a minimum of 18 hits out of 25 rounds on a designated portion of a target approved by either the Kansas commission on peace officers’ standards and training or an equivalent body as determined by the attorney general.
5 rounds fired at 3 yards -- one hand unsupported.While the targets may vary by instructor, the "hit" section is roughly a 16" X 16" square.
10 rounds fired from 7 yards -- one or two hand (supported) -- your choice.
10 rounds fired from 10 yards -- one or two hand (supported) -- your choice.
In observing over 50 shooters in the three classes, I've never seen anyone fail the written portion and only one lady failed the live fire and that was by only one round. You should have no trouble.