In an effort to offer hunter education students a more "hands-on" approach, the Hunter Development Program will offer Hunter Education Field Days as a way for students to supplement their knowledge. These field days are designed for students who have completed and passed the hunter education program and test.
Currently, there are four approved online hunter education courses (with varying fees) that provide a convenient alternative to the classroom course.
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Information on hunting safely: tree stand safety, firearms safety, muzzleloader safety and more.
In an effort to provide a complete Hunter Education experience for the future outdoorsman in Georgia, we suggest an educational approach that involves participation on three separate levels.
Are you a recent Hunter Education graduate? When you pass the Hunter Education Course, your certification card now doubles as a FREE three month pass at any Department of Natural Resources shooting range. Most DNR ranges require a WMA license ($19) or other qualifying license to visit. Bring your certification card to the Range Safety Officer when you sign in and have free access to the range for three months after your graduation date.
Hunter Education Instructors (or for those interested in becoming an instructor) can click on the above link for important information.
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