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The Internet-based Hunting Education Course- Colorado DNR


Hunting- The Internet-based Hunter Education Course is not an "easy out.” It is a rigorous alternative hunter education course designed to meet unusual schedules and different learning styles. The Internet-based Hunter Education Course materials cover information you need to know before you go hunting–the same information you would receive in a classroom setting. It does not, however, totally eliminate the need to attend one or two classroom sessions.

Prior to beginning the course on the Internet, you should register for a Colorado Internet-based Hunter Education Course, given by a Colorado certified instructor. (Click here to look through the Wildlife Calendar for such a course.)

The classroom session(s) provides additional skills training, covering handling firearms, hunter responsibility, game laws, and other hands-on learning activities. Attendance at a classroom session is necessary because the Internet materials, while designed to be used in any state, do not contain much of what you need to know that is specific to Colorado. And, some teaching and testing (like live-fire qualification) simply cannot be delivered via the 'Net!

When Checking the Wildlife Calendar for a course offering, please read the individual Internet-based Hunter Education Course descriptions carefully They may vary in scheduling and in certain requirements from one instructor to another.

Because Internet-based courses may or may not have an initial meeting, the date listed in the calendar could be the first meeting date or the final meeting date.

If The Internet-based Hunter Education Course Is For You, Please Follow These Instructions

Register with a Colorado Division of Wildlife Certified Internet-based Hunter Education Course Instructor: For a scheduled Internet-based Hunter Education Course, check the Wildlife Calendar. (Look for courses titled Internet-based Hunter Education Course.) Or, if there aren't any Internet courses conveniently scheduled for you, you may click here to complete a form to request contact information for instructors in your area. Once you have this information you may contact the instructor(s) and determine when the next class will be offered.

Once Registered, Complete the Internet-based Hunter Education Course: Click here to go to the Hunter Education Course on the Web.

There, click on "Printer-friendly version" to print the table of contents–You must track your own progress through the course. The computer does not track which sections you complete.

Read—and study!— each section of the Internet Home-Study Course. Follow the arrows at the bottom of each page to advance through the course. Print each of the 41 pop quizzes scattered throughout the curriculum; complete the quizzes and save them. This is your home work that you will turn in to your instructor on your scheduled course day. Print your score pages for each of the 14 final quizzes, found at the end of each section, and save them. This is more home work you will turn in to your instructor on your scheduled course completion day.

Complete the course with your instructor. At this class you will: Turn in all 41 printed and completed pop quizzes.

Turn in all 14 printed score sheets from the section quizzes.

Complete a minimum of 4 hours of additional training.

"Live fire" a firearm safely. Colorado is looking for safe firearm loading, unloading and firing. We do not have a marksmanship standard in basic hunter education. Pass a written examination (minimum score of 75%).

Source: Colorado DNR


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