Hunter Safety Course
Florida Hunter Safety Education Requirements
According to Florida law, all hunters who are 16 years of age or older and were born on or after June 1, 1975, must successfully complete a hunter safety course.
Florida Field Day
After passing the online course, you are required to attend a Field Day to complete your hunting safety certification.
The New Standard in Online Hunter Safety Education
For years, we’ve pioneered e-learning development because we understand that advancements in technology change how people learn and consume education. That’s why we set out to create a hunter safety course that further engages students and increases student retention of the course material.
Now, after years of R&D and collaboration with industry experts, ilearntohunt proudly presents the Florida Interactive Hunter Safety Course, our most comprehensive hunter safety course experience to-date.
What to Expect From I Learn To Hunt
The Only Course That Plays Like a Video Game
Challenging and fun learning activities await you inside the course. Earn achievements and level up! Play, explore, and learn, all while taking the required coursework to complete your hunting safety certification. We made sure to include plenty of mini-games and realistic simulations to keep you entertained and engaged the entire way!
Next Level Learning and Engagement
Learning experts designed the interactive course to appeal to different learning styles. Our brains store knowledge using both words and images; instruction that targets and engages both has been shown to significantly increase students’ comprehension and retention.
- Learn and retain more of the course material
- Actively learn and make decisions while playing a mini-game or simulation
- Control the pace at which you complete the course
- Take your course without timers – ever!
Designed by Recreational Safety Experts
The creators of ilearntohunt have provided North American hunters with outdoor recreation education courses for more than 20 years and are the leading providers of hunter safety courses online.
Developed to Meet IHEA-USAand State Agency Requirements
We work closely with IHEA-USA and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to develop our hunter education courses.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Farris Bryant Building 620 S. Meridian St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1600, 850-488-4676
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