Students can now take their bowhunter education course at bowhunter-ed.com on their smartphone, tablet, laptop, or even Internet TV.

“People complete a wide variety of tasks on their smartphones and tablets nowadays, so it makes sense for bowhunter-ed.com to be mobile ready,” said Edward Cossette, user experience director for Kalkomey, parent company of bowhunter-ed.com. “We’ve built in responsive web design, which allows the pages in the course to automatically resize according to the device being used. There’s no app needed, making it very user-friendly.”

Studying at bowhunter-ed.com is free to the public and provides a high-quality online education for those who must obtain their bowhunting education certificate. Hunters are advised to check their state’s regulations because many special bowhunting opportunities, such as public land or urban hunts, require hunters to be certified. Bowhunter-ed.com can help bowhunters earn their certification and learn how to be safer and more successful. Students will learn:

  • How to safely hunt from treestands.
  • How to judge distances.
  • Which arrows and points to select.
  • Correct shot placement.

Another benefit of bowhunter-ed.com being available on any device is students can access the course on the Web even if the only way they have to connect to the Internet is via their smartphone. Plus, the new mobile-ready site features realistic illustrations and interactive animations that make it easier and more fun to learn about bowhunting safety

Students seeking their bowhunting certification pay a one-time fee, which is only due if they pass the test. Students can take the test as many times as they need to pass it. Online bowhunter education courses are available in participating states so students should visit www.bowhunter-ed.com to take a course specific to their state.

Bowhunter-ed.com is the official course of the National Bowhunter Education Foundation and is approved by all states requiring successful completion of a recognized bowhunting education course.

Image courtesy hunter-ed.com

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