Hunter Safety Education 

Hunter Safety Classes are required for all hunters born after December 31, 1971

The club will host Hunter Education training in 2018 at our club.

Contact Washington Department Fish and Wildlife for dates.

Basic Hunter Education Class Schedule & Information

Note: All Basic classes only allow ONLINE REGISTRATION.

Hunter education training is required in Washington State for all hunters born after January 1, 1972. The Department of Fish and Wildlife offers two distinct types of hunter education training opportunities, including:


Traditional Class
 WDFW strongly recommends the traditional hunter education class. One or more instructors typically offer detailed classroom instruction, practical exercises and live-firing activities to prepare successful students. Register Now

https://www.register-ed.com/programs/washington/agency:6?

Online Class
 This hunter education course has the same hunter safety content as the Washington DFW classroom course. Completing this course will prepare you for the Field Evaluation Course. Register Now 
•Field Skills Evaluation for Online Course 

 https://www.register-ed.com/programs/washington/agency:6?

Note: All Basic classes only allow ONLINE REGISTRATION.

Washington Military Exemption
 Active members of the U.S. military are exempt from the range evaluation session of the Online Hunter Education Course. You must send your Washington State Exam Certificate, documents showing you are an active member of the United States Military, and your Washington Online Military Exemption Form to WDFW – Hunter Education Program at 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091.

BREMERTON TRAP AND SKEET CLUB
IS A SHOTGUN ONLY RANGE
ALL FIREARMS TRAINING (LIVE FIRE) WILL BE DONE WITH SHOTGUNS












Bremerton Trap and Skeet Club
Education Classes
This page was last updated: January 19, 2018

EYES IN THE WOODS WDFW CLASSES​

Classes 
 March 15, 2018
April​ 26, 2018

Description:
Join us in protecting Washington's fish and wildlife by attending an EITW Crime Observation & Reporting Training (CORT). Learn from WDFW Enforcement Officers how to identify, document and report natural resource crimes. Citizen willingness to report abuses is growing, and the CORT class is designed to assist you to do it properly and timely.


Michael Imes
Region 6 Coordinator
253.678.4898
www.eyesinthewoods.org


other information Links:
https://www.facebook.com/events/332857837212018/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1524803404305058/

http://eyesinthewoods.org/index.php/en/event-calendar
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