Region 3

City: Greeley Co. - Tribune
Location: Greeley Co Fairgrounds
Type: Hunter Ed Internet Assisted field day and testing session
Date: 10/27/14 - 10/28/14
Contact: Greeley Co Extension Office
Phone No: 620-376-4284

Other Information:

Students must pre-register for the course in order to get directions to complete the online portion of the certification. Either call the contact, an email address may be available or visit www.safehunters.com for online registration for some classes.  Students must complete the online portion of the course (https://programs.ksoutdoors.com/prg/Programs/Hunter-Education-Certification) prior to attending the field day. Each student will be issued a pre-test over the online materials.

All students will be tested over the Internet course material. This pre-test will be administered at the beginning of the Field Day. A passing score of 22 correct answers out of 25 questions is required to proceed with the rest of the course. Students failing to achieve the minimum score of 22 will be dismissed from the class.

The field walk session will be as much like an actual hunt as possible. It is recommended to wear boots or walking shoes and long pants.  

Contact:   Greeley County Extension Office  (620) 376-4284 or email tschmidt@ksu.edu
Training Location: Greeley County Fairgrounds - 1001 Ingalls Avenue  Tribune, KS



City: Gray Co. - Cimarron
Location: Gray Co 4-H Building
Type: Hunter Ed Internet assisted field day and testing session
Date: Sunday, November 16, 2014
Contact: Dodge City Regional Office
Phone No: 620-227-8609
Time: 3:00 am - 10:00 am
Other Information:

Registration is available online at www.safehunters.com.

Students must complete the online portion of the course prior to attending the field day. The online course is accessed by links at https://programs.ksoutdoors.com/Online-HE-Course. Each student will be issued a pre-test over the online materials. 

All students will be tested over the Internet course material. This pre-test will be administered at the beginning of the Field Day. A passing score of 22 correct answers out of 25 questions is required to proceed with the rest of the course. Students failing to achieve the minimum score of 22 will be dismissed from the class.

The field walk session will be as much like an actual hunt as possible. It is recommended to wear boots or walking shoes and long pants. 

Instructor Notes for Students: The course consists of subjects covering hunter responsibility, ethics, fair chase, history of firearms, firearms basics, ammunition, basic gun safety, field safety, bowhunting, conservation and wildlife management, wildlife of Kansas, outdoor emergencies, Kansas hunting regulations and boating safety for hunters. 
Must complete online pre-testing and supply testing materials for class room session. For more information call 620-227-8609. Class will be held at the Gray County 4-H building in Cimarron Kansas located at the west end of town.