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How to become a hunter education instructor

Hunter education program instructors are volunteers. They have the desire to pass their knowledge and skills in hunting, trapping, outdoor safety, conservation and ethics onto others. They are often well-established local citizens who can, and will, create local interest and involvement in the program.

They know the local people, needs of the community, and when and where to set up local hunter education program classes. Teaching and public speaking skills are beneficial but not required.

Without dedicated volunteers the Utah Hunter Education Program could not exist.

We currently offer three education program certifications. (Click on the link for more information)

  • Hunter education instructor
  • Bowhunter education instructor
  • Furharvester hunter education instructor

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