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NOTE FOR INSTRUCTORS: Following are the classroom/field day requirements for each type of safety training.

Firearms safety classroom

  • Consists of at least 12 to 16 hours of instruction with a minimum of four separate class sessions. (Students must attend each session of the class for which they sign up). Students will learn safe handling of firearms, hunter responsibility and wildlife conservation. Students then complete the additional field day. Field day hours cannot be counted toward the required 12 hours or minimum of four separate class sessions.
  • The field day must be at least three hours and consists of seven required scenario-based training opportunities. These scenarios allow students to learn and demonstrate commonly accepted principles of safety in hunting and the handling of firearms. It includes shooting a .22 caliber rifle on a range.

Firearms safety hybrid

  • Students must complete the online course, followed by at least three hours of classroom time to cover firearms fundamental and at least three field day hours.
  • The field day consists of seven required scenario-based training opportunities. These scenarios allow students to learn and demonstrate commonly accepted principles of safety in hunting and the handling of firearms. It includes shooting a .22 caliber rifle on a range.

ATV safety hybrid

  • Students must complete the online course, followed by classroom review of ATV fundamentals. Once complete, students must operate an ATV through the approved course (three to four hours).

Snowmobile safety classroom

  • Consists of at least two classroom sessions totaling eight hours. In addition, students must operate the snowmobile through the approved course.

Snowmobile safety hybrid

  • Students must complete the online course, followed by classroom review of snowmobile fundamentals. Once complete, students must operate a snowmobile on the approved course (three to four hours).