Students who take their hunter safety course at www.hunter-ed.com will benefit from the 14 new videos now featured in the curriculum.
“These new hunter safety videos are great learning tools that are also fun to watch,” said Kurt Kalkomey, president of Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc. “What makes them unique is they engage students with opportunities to explore and select the best options for staying safe while hunting. This helps students develop true understanding rather than just memorizing the lesson.”
The new hunter education videos feature a combination of professional actors, entertaining storylines and up-to-date scenarios that encourage learning. They cover topics such as tree stand hunting safety, firearms safety, hunting from a ground blind, effectiveness of blaze orange and more.
Youth leaders who teach hunter safety in the classroom can order the new videos on a menu-driven DVD. For pricing information and to place orders, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-830-2268.
In addition to the new videos, the hunter safety course at hunter-ed.com includes realistic illustrations and interactive animations. An optional narration feature, provided in English and Spanish, makes it even easier for students to learn how to be safe and responsible hunters.
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 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.
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