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Hunter-ed.com Lessons Are Narrated in Spanish Now

The hunter safety course available at hunter-ed.com now offers professional narration in Spanish. Students can choose to listen to the lessons in Spanish as well as English or they can elect to turn off the narration feature and read.

“With hunting seasons opening up across the country, now is a great time for students to take that first step in completing their hunter safety course,” said Kurt Kalkomey, president of Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc. “By expanding our optional narration feature at hunter-ed.com to include Spanish, even more people can get their hunting license and enjoy time afield with friends and family.”

The Spanish- and English-language narration feature is available in participating states.

Another benefit of hunter-ed.com is students can take this hunter safety course on any device, including smartphones and tablets. Because hunter-ed.com is mobile-ready, students have access to the course even if the only way they have to connect to the Internet is via their smartphone.

The training at hunter-ed.com is state-approved and covers the same material that’s taught in the classroom. The newly revamped site features realistic illustrations, interactive animations and new hunter safety videos. These videos cover topics such as tree stand hunting safety, firearms safety, hunting from a ground blind, effectiveness of blaze orange and more.

Studying at hunter-ed.com is free. Students who must be certified before buying a hunting license pay a one-time fee, which is due only if they pass the test. Online hunter safety courses are available in participating states, so visit hunter-ed.com for a state-specific course.

Several states require students to pass an online course and a field day to complete all hunter education requirements. Students can register for a hunter education field day or classroom course at www.register-ed.com in participating states. At register-ed.com, students can use their smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop to sign up for field days and courses.

Logo courtesy Hunter-ed.com

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  • 9Spoon9

    WT Heck. This is AMERICA, not Spain, Mexico, some Central or South American country. English…learn it or do without! It’s that simple. Every other countrys’ immigrants (most legal vs a whole damn bunch now that aren’t) learned english, regardless of their “roots”. Being bi-lingual is a plus, but to come to MY COUNTRY and expect me to cater to you…you’re outta you mind. 29yrs in an Air Force uniform…no way Jose`!