Last updated: 2015-08-25
Please check the DNR WEB SITE at www.mndnr.gov for a current class listing of all DNR Enforcement Education Courses and instructor training sessions
If you missed a fall class and are over 18, check on-line for Adult Home Study or On-Line course information is also located at www.mndnr.gov.
Please check the DNR WEB SITE www.mndnr.gov for a current class listing of all DNR Enforcement Youth Snowmobile Safety Courses and instructor training sessions. Adult Snowmobile Safety Training CDs are available by calling 1-800-366-8917 or 1-888-MINNDNR.
Youth ATV Courses (12 to 15 years old) class postings for around the state are posted on the web site at www.mndnr.gov. Students are reminded that they must complete the online portion of the course before attending the classroom portion of the course. See www.mndnr.gov for details.
Please direct questions to 1-800-366-8917 or 1-888-MINNDNR
Reminder---anyone born after December 31st, 1979 cannot purchase a license to hunt in Minnesota without first taking a DNR Safety Training Course and receiving a certificate. In addition many states have even more stringent mandatory Hunter Education requirements. Check before you go!!!
Reminder---Any resident born after December 31st, 1976, who operates a snowmobile in Minnesota, must possess a snowmobile certificate. Two options are available to complete certification. Ages 11 and older can attend the traditional youth course. Those 16 or older can take the at home CD course.
Reminder---Anyone born after July 1st, 1987, who operates an ATV on public lands and waters in Minnesota, must successfully complete the ATV Safety Training online course. Persons under age 16 must complete the ATV online Course and riding component before riding on public lands. Please direct questions to 1-800-366-8917 or 1-888-MINNDNR.
SCHEDULED INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SESSIONS
If you are 18 or older and would like to become an instructor for Snowmobile Safety, ATV Safety, Firearms Safety, Trail Ambassador or one of the Advanced Hunter programs, contact your local Conservation Officer or Regional Safety Training officer. Instructor clinics are scheduled throughout the state and are listed on the DNR Website.
See Also: http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/safety/instructors/training.html
NE RTO Shelly Patten worked the entire week at Camp Ripley for Use of Force training at in-service.
Recreational Vehicle Coordinator Bruce Lawrence is assisting other Use of Force instructors with annual conservation officer training at Camp Ripley. Also, RTO Lawrence assisted with prepping firearms safety field day classes at Carlos Avery and worked on ATV training scenarios for Academy training.
SW Metro Kevin Neitzke was at Camp Ripley all week. He assisted with annual in-service firearms and arrest tactics training. He also attended CPR, AED, and First Aid training.
Southern RTO Dan McBroom spent the week at Camp Ripley assisting with in-service training. Training consisted of Use of Force and Firearms Training. First-aid training was attended on Wednesday.
RTO PHONE NUMBERS/E-MAIL:
NE RTO Shelly Patten 218-244-8051 email@example.com
West Central RTO Frank Rezac 320-230-8549 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rec Veh Coord Bruce Lawrence 651-674-6184 email@example.com
Southern RTO Dan McBroom 507-843-2032 firstname.lastname@example.org
SW Metro RTO Kevin Neitzke 651-463-3168 email@example.com
Curriculum Specialist: Vacant
Education Specialist: Vacant
Curriculum Coordinator: Vacant