Nebraska Firearm Hunter Education Classroom Course

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The entrance is the door on the south east corner of the building. The parking is on the east side black top. Please stay 30 feet from the building and especially from in front of the garage doors. Special Instructions for All Students On Friday, a parent must be present with a parental release form in order for the child to participate. No form - no participation. Parents are encouraged to attend the class with their child(ren), although it in not required. Parental volunteers are appreciated. Please email me if you are interested in helping. This is a Tradition classroom course. You must attend both Friday 6-9 and Saturday 9-5. Please have breakfast before coming. Casey's Hamburger Pizza, snacks for two breaks, and refreshments are provided by Elkhorn Valley Pheasants Forever.. We will be watching videos for 30 minutes for lunch. Traditional classroom courses are a minimum of 10-hours of instruction and demonstration focused on safe firearm use, equipment use, shooting and sighting techniques, hunter ethics, game identification, and conservation management, followed by a multiple choice test. A score of 85% or better must be achieved on the test to receive a Hunter Education certificate. Classroom courses are offered state-wide, free of charge. I welcome all kids who want to obtain a hunter education certificate. This course is primarily designed for those who do not have access to the online course. NOTE! NOTE! This is not a hunt safe session. See website for more information on the hunt safe session. Do not bring any firearms, bows or ammunition. All material needed will be provided.

2017-08-04 23:00:00 UTC

About Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

Firearm Hunter Education Courses will provide instruction in the areas of safe firearm use, shooting and sighting techniques, hunter ethics, game identification, and conservation management. Hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed Firearm Hunter Education and carry proof on their person when hunting anything with a firearm or air gun. Firearm Hunter Education Courses are offered by knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors. Hunters ages 12 through 29 must have completed Firearm Hunter Education and carry proof on their person when hunting anything with a firearm or air gun. Students 11 years of age and older on the examination day will be able to take the test and complete the course and may be issued a certificate of successful completion of the course.The Classroom Course must include a minimum of 10 hours of instruction and be a minimum of 2 sessions. Most classes offered are 2 to 5 sessions.We do not prevent attendance based on age; however:

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