Topics include survival skills, firearm safety, wilderness conservation, species identification and more. Upon completion of the course, participants receive a Hunter Firearm Certificate and become eligible to receive a Vermont Hunting License and Bow Hunter Certificate. The Traditional Course includes five class sessions and one hands-on Saturday field day. Can't make weekly classes? Complete the Homestudy Course on your own time and finish with with a hands-on field day to get your certification.
There are no age restrictions for Vermont Hunter Safety Courses, however most materials are written at a sixth grade level. To gauge your child's ability to comprehend the information, click here to check out the online study guide. Participants 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
|Traditional Course (Includes Bow Certification)
|DAY(S):||Tues/Thurs and a Saturday field day|
|DATES:||August 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, & September 1, 2012|
|TIME:||Tues/Thurs 6:00-8:00PM, Saturday 8:00-3:00PM|
|LOCATION:||David Gale Recreation Center (field day held at Waterbury-Stowe Fish & Game Club) - How do I get there?|
|Students that choose homestudy are responsible for the knowledge portion of the content before attending a hands-on field day. This can be accomplished by completing an online course or workbook (available at the David Gale Recreation Center) You must register for the Homestudy Field Day and come with all 14 quizzes completed.
|DATES:||September 8, 2012|
|LOCATION:||Waterbury-Stowe Fish & Game Club - How do I get there?|
|DOWNLOAD:||Hunter Education Online Course|