Have them shoot the test to see what their score is, the same test as they did initially.  Have them do some drills then shoot the test again.  Make them note that the first test when they are cold is important because that's their unwarmed up state; that's why it's important for them to train unwarmed up throughout the day using the distributed learning model as opposed to block learning.  But also note that if they made ground that's their warm-up decrement where they do get better when warmed up but the important measure is how well they do "un-warmed up" that is because we like to refer to "uncalibrated."

After they've done the test, have the short awards ceremony, hand out the certificates, field some questions.  Engage in a few extra final drills really based on the nature of your class.  If you want to work on some shooting on the moves, some compromise shooting positions but you definitely want to expose some future classes down the road. 

Video of Sample Class Related to This Block

The sample videos below are to help you see how this instruction is actually taught. Now, this is not the only way to instruct, but it is shown to give you an example.