Start an online hunter education course by selecting a state-approved educational provider, registering online at the provider's website, indicating the state hosting the hunting activities and paying for the course. The course can take up to six hours and typically includes chapter quizzes and a final exam.
Most states require prospective hunters to complete hunter education training before approving a hunting license. States authorize third-party businesses and organizations to deliver the training in person and online. Educational providers such as Hunter-Ed.com, BeASafeHunter.org, HunterCourse.com and Hunter Ed Course offer state-approved online courses that culminate in the award of a certificate that the hunter must present to a state gaming agency to attain a license.
Starting a hunter education course online is a simple matter of registering on a provider's website, selecting the course for the state where the hunter plans to apply for a hunting license and paying for the course. These online course providers accept payment by credit card, and some also accept PayPal. Once payment has been processed, students can work through the course material at their own pace using an active Internet connection. Students are required by state laws to work through the whole course, taking periodic chapter quizzes that culminate in a final exam and can't just skip to the final exam.