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One company that I would ask is Brownells, in their tech department. There is also a National association of gunsmiths, that you can contact threw Brownells.
Gunsmithing is like being a Auto/Truck Tech, there are many ways to get into it. I don't think a online program for a truck tech would be very good same reason for online GS program. Same sort of deal, hands on is important. Also Most gunsmiths, specialize, there are millions of different types and variants of firearms out there.
Other part, is some people should never pick up a screwdriver. Online programs may not be able to sort those people out.
I would get a college degree in something else. If you work for a sporting good store, ask them to help you. There are factory courses that they can send you too.
My other Diesel is a John Deere.