• Bowhunter Education Course


    Overview

    Before taking the Bowhunter Education course, students are encouraged to complete the online homework OR a paper workbook. Bowhunter Education students may be required to bring the online course certificate or workbook to class. Check with your instructor to see if this is required. All courses, reading materials, and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.

    Would-be hunters must successfully complete the Hunter Education course in order to purchase their first license. All courses are led by certified volunteer instructors, all are free, including materials. All courses, reading materials, and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.

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    Courses are available year-round, but our peak season is August through October. If you fail to find a course that meets your needs, check back frequently. This site is updated as new courses are scheduled.
    Managed And Approved By:

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

    https://vtfishandwildlife.com/hunt/hunter-education
  • Hunter Education Home Study


    Overview

    Before taking the Hunter Education Home Study students must first complete the prerequisite online course. Home Study students are required to bring the online course completion certificate when they come to class.

    Would-be hunters must successfully complete the Hunter Education course in order to purchase their first license. All courses are led by certified volunteer instructors, all are free, including materials. All courses, reading materials, and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.

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    Courses are available year-round, but our peak season is August through October. If you fail to find a course that meets your needs, check back frequently. This site is updated as new courses are scheduled.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

    https://vtfishandwildlife.com/hunt/hunter-education
  • Hunter Education Traditional Course


    Overview

    Would-be hunters must successfully complete the Hunter Education course in order to purchase their first license. All courses are led by certified volunteer instructors, all are free, including materials, and all are open to all ages and experience. All courses, reading materials, and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.

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    Courses are available year-round, but our peak season is August through October. If you fail to find a course that meets your needs, check back frequently. This site is updated as new courses are scheduled.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

    https://vtfishandwildlife.com/hunt/hunter-education
  • Fish and Wildlife Seminars


    Overview

    Fish & Wildlife Seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants more information about pertinent topics in Fish & Wildlife. Seminars are open to the public, but be sure to read the detailed description for more information and if there are any requirements before registering.

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    Courses are available year-round, but our peak season is August through October. If you fail to find a course that meets your needs, check back frequently. This site is updated as new courses are scheduled.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

    https://vtfishandwildlife.com/hunt/hunter-education
  • Trapper Education Course


    Overview

    Before taking the Trapper Education course, students must first complete the prerequisite online course or have a completed manual & workbook. Trapper Education students are required to bring the online course completion certificate, or a completed workbook when they come to class.

    Would-be trappers must successfully complete the Trapper Education course in order to purchase their trapping license. All courses, reading materials, and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.

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    Courses are available year-round, but our peak season is August through October. If you fail to find a course that meets your needs, check back frequently. This site is updated as new courses are scheduled.

    All courses are led by certified volunteer instructors, all are free, including materials.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

    https://vtfishandwildlife.com/hunt/hunter-education