About the Event

This is a CDFW Traditional Hunter Education program. This is a 10 hour course that when completed successfully will allow the student to purchase a valid hunting license. This is a one day course with a 100 question multiple choice exam at the end of the presentation. Students must pass with 80% or better. There will be no live fire in this class. Class takes place at the full service Prado Olympic Shooting Park and students will receive a gift certificate for shooting time at POSP upon successful completion of the exam. Cost is $30.00 and includes continental breakfast, lunch and all materials provided

About the Location

CDFW Hunter Education at Shoot Prado Olympic Shooting Park. This venue is just off the 71 freeway at Euclid/Butterfield Ranch Road in Chino, California. Pull up to the pedestrian gate at the north end of the parking lot and attend class in the large brown training building in front of the Shotgun range.

Requirements

Important All students are required to obtain a California Get Outdoors ID (GO ID) prior to registering for California Hunter Education courses. If you have previously held a CDFW license (i.e. Fishing), your GO ID is printed on the license above your name.Click here to get a GO ID. Click here for instructions.

All students must download, print, and sign a Student Consent Form. Students 17 years of age and younger must have the form signed by a parent or guardian. The signed form must be brought to class.

In order to be certified the student must attend the entire class including all sessions. Students will need to show safe handling of firearms and pass the Hunter Education test with a score of 80% or better. There is no minimum age to attend California Hunter Education. Parents or guardians are encouraged to attend with young students, especially those younger than age 16, to help define new words or provide additional tutoring during and after class.

Special Accommodations If you require special assistance or accommodations, please see the form, Reasonable Accommodation: Request for Services. If you have any questions, please contact the instructor or regional director directly.

 

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Hunter Education Class

August 17 @ 6:00 am - 4:00 pm

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About the Event

This is a CDFW Traditional Hunter Education program. This is a 10 hour course that when completed successfully will allow the student to purchase a valid hunting license. This is a one day course with a 100 question multiple choice exam at the end of the presentation. Students must pass with 80% or better. There will be no live fire in this class. Class takes place at the full service Prado Olympic Shooting Park and students will receive a gift certificate for shooting time at POSP upon successful completion of the exam. Cost is $30.00 and includes continental breakfast, lunch and all materials provided

About the Location

CDFW Hunter Education at Shoot Prado Olympic Shooting Park. This venue is just off the 71 freeway at Euclid/Butterfield Ranch Road in Chino, California. Pull up to the pedestrian gate at the north end of the parking lot and attend class in the large brown training building in front of the Shotgun range.

Requirements

Important All students are required to obtain a California Get Outdoors ID (GO ID) prior to registering for California Hunter Education courses. If you have previously held a CDFW license (i.e. Fishing), your GO ID is printed on the license above your name.Click here to get a GO ID. Click here for instructions.

All students must download, print, and sign a Student Consent Form. Students 17 years of age and younger must have the form signed by a parent or guardian. The signed form must be brought to class.

In order to be certified the student must attend the entire class including all sessions. Students will need to show safe handling of firearms and pass the Hunter Education test with a score of 80% or better. There is no minimum age to attend California Hunter Education. Parents or guardians are encouraged to attend with young students, especially those younger than age 16, to help define new words or provide additional tutoring during and after class.

Special Accommodations If you require special assistance or accommodations, please see the form, Reasonable Accommodation: Request for Services. If you have any questions, please contact the instructor or regional director directly.

 

Details

Date:
August 17
Time:
6:00 am - 4:00 pm
Website:
https://www.register-ed.com/events/view/137981

Venue

Shoot Prado Address
17501 Pomona Rincon Rd
Chino, CA 91708 United States
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