Hunter Education

Due to the surge in Delta-variant cases, masks/facial coverings will continue to be required for all Kansas Hunter Education program instructors, students, parents, and visitors at all hunter education classes and internet assisted field day and testing sessions when indoors. When outdoors, masks are required unless 6ft distance is maintained. This guidance will remain in place through October 29, 2021 and will be reassessed in late October.
Traditional Course
Traditional Course

This course is available for everyone over the age of 11.

Traditional Course Information

Course Schedule

Becoming an Instructor

Hunter Education Volunteer Instructors are representatives of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and the Hunter Education Program.

Become a Hunter Ed Instructor

Internet-Assisted Course
Internet-Assisted Course

This course is available for anyone over the age of 11.

Internet-Assisted Course Information

Field Day Schedule

Hunter Ed in the Schools

The Kansas Hunter Education in Our Schools Program provides students with basic outdoor skills that can be applied throughout their lives. 

Hunter Education in the Schools