There's a lifetime of satisfaction to be found in the woods...it begins with Vermont Hunter Education.
Use the links below to find a course or seminar, replace your hunter ed card, learn how to become an instructor, and more.
First-time hunters, bowhunters and trappers must successfully complete their respective course to purchase their first license. From traditional classroom courses to online courses, there is a course to fit your learning style. Although there is no age requirement for taking hunter education courses, classes and exams are written at a 6th grade reading level.
Our seminars are meant to expand upon the knowledge of hunters, trappers, anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone who wants more information about pertinent topics in Fish & Wildlife. Check out our seminar schedule to see what is being offered.
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Vermont’s Hunter Education Program is always looking for volunteer instructors to teach hunting, bowhunting or trapping education. Learn what it takes to become an instructor.
Already an Instructor? Check out this page to schedule a class, find training aids and get exclusive deals for being a volunteer instructor.
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Contact Us for More Information
Vermont Hunter Education Program
Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
1 National Life Drive, Dewey Building
Montpelier VT 05620-3208