Traditional Classroom Course

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This class will be held on TWO Saturdays-July 22 and 29, 2017 from 0830-1500. There will be a lunch break each day. A place to put cold items is available if you want to pack a lunch. Water/drinks will be provided. IF YOUR CHILD IS UNDER 12 YEARS OLD, YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO STAY for the entire class. Special Instructions for All Students This class will be held on TWO Saturdays-July 22 and 29, 2017 from 0830-1500. There will be a lunch break each day. A place to put cold items is available if you want to pack a lunch. Water/drinks will be provided. IF YOUR CHILD IS UNDER 12 YEARS OLD, YOU MAY BE REQUIRED TO STAY for the entire class.

2017-07-22 15:30:00 UTC

About Washington Department of Fish And Wildlife

Hunter education classes focus on three broad topical areas: IMPORTANT Because of noise and recoil considerations, women who are or may be pregnant may wish to consult a physician before participating in or being in close proximity to live-fire activities. Successful students must pass a written test, demonstrate safe firearm handling skills, and have a positive attitude.There is no minimum age required to enroll in hunter education, but instructors may require a parent or guardian to attend all classes if students are under 12 years of age.All hunter education classes are taught by instructors certified by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.The classes include lectures, video, and hands-on training exercises.The average class includes 4 - 6 sessions spanning 16+ hours.NOTE TO ONLINE STUDENTS: If you are taking an online course, DO NOT register online for a Traditional Classroom Course.

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