Duplicate Safety Certificate
HUNTER SAFETY EDUCATION
ONLINE HUNTER SAFETY COURSES
After taking the online course, you are required to attend either a home
study class or the field portion of a regular class and take the student
examination in order to receive your hunter safety certificate. You will need to
pre-register for a home study class or the field portion of a regular class before
taking this online course. Upon passing the online Pre-Certification
Exam, you will be eligible to complete the skills/field portion of instruction
and take a written examination without attending a classroom course. The
online classes can be found at:
HUNTER EDUCATION HOME STUDY
Some of the hunter safety classes offered are home study. A student taking this
type of class will be required to study the class materials independently,
prior to the scheduled field day. During the field day a final examination will
be given. The student will need to pre-register for this type of class. Many
home study classes will utilize the online course.
INTERNATIONAL BOW EDUCATION PROGRAM (IBEP)
Is required to purchase archery permits in many other states.
TODAY'S BOWHUNTER IN MICHIGAN ONLINE COURSE
The Today's Bowhunter course is the official online bowhunter education course
of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Michigan accepts an
independent study method that involves a two part process:
This online course, followed by;
Field Day instruction and testing by certified bowhunter education volunteer
instructor (classes can be located at the top of this page).
You will need to pre-register for a Field Day before taking this online course.
Upon successful completion of the Field Day Qualifier Exam you will be eligible
to complete the Field Day portion of instruction without attending a classroom
course. The online course can be found at
SNOWMOBILE SAFETY EDUCATION
BOATING SAFETY EDUCATION
ORV SAFETY EDUCATION
An online Trapper Education course is offered at http:\\trappered.com (click on U.S. Trapper Education Course).
The purpose of the Trapper Education Program is to help individuals throughout the U.S. acquire the knowledge, skill, attitude, and judgment to selectively and responsibly trap furbearing animals. Michigan offers two options for trapper education: traditional classroom and online. Traditional classroom is instructor led.
Some states and provinces require a field-day in addition to the online program to have a valid trapper education certification. The Michigan trapper education certificate meets the trapper education requirements of those states and provinces. In order to receive a Michigan trapper education certificate a student must complete the skills/field day portion of a traditional class and take the Michigan student examination. It is recommended that students pre-register for the field-day portion of a traditional class before taking the online course. The online course is free of charge.
There may be fees associated with the traditional course and/or field-day portion of the training. Trapper education is not required in Michigan; however, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the conservation community strongly encourage new trappers to take advantage of the educational opportunities of the traditional and online trapper education courses.