Hunter Ed Course Highlights from NRA Annual Meeting

By Jim Moore

Online Hunter Education Company, Hunter Ed Course CEO, Jim Moore attended the 2014 NRA Annual Meeting held in Indianapolis over this past weekend (April 25-April 27, 2014). Jim was invited by the NRA to attend their by-invitation only Corporate Luncheon and the Hunters’ Leadership Luncheon.

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Online Hunter Safety Course Supports Youth Archery Program

By Jim Moore

Hunter Ed Course, an online hunter safety course, introduced youth to the sport of archery with sponsorship of the Independence, Kentucky, Simon Kenton High School National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) team and tournament.

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Utah Online Hunter Safety Course Gains Utah DWR Approval

By Jim Moore

Hunter Ed Course has received approval by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) to be an official online hunter education option for the state of Utah. This provides Utah hunters with the option to take their hunter education online so they can study and learn at their convenience.

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Kentucky Hunter Education with a Turkey Hunter Safety Course

By Jim Moore

Proper hunter education is the number one way to ensure hunter safety as Kentucky turkey hunters prepare to head to the fields for the opening day of turkey hunting season. Since camouflage clothing is almost mandatory, extra safety precautions are needed as you go after that big gobbler. You don’t want to be invisible to other hunters too.

Here are five tips as a short hunter safety course from Hunter Ed Course.

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Step One to Start Hunting: Take a Hunter Safety Course

By Jim Moore

Hunting can provide a wonderful means to enjoy the outdoors. The first step for a new hunter is to take a state-required hunter education course. It will help to make the new hunter a knowledgeable and safe hunter.

State Requirements for Hunter Education.

In most US states and Canadian provinces, a first-time hunter is required to take state-approved hunter education training. This consists of attending a classroom hunter education class or taking an online hunter safety course, followed by a field day with a state-approved hunter education instructor to demonstrate hunting knowledge and gun handling skills, including a live fire exercise.

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