Q. What is the Michigan Hunter Safety Field Day Voucher?

A. The Michigan Field Day Voucher is issued once you have completed the Michigan Online Hunter Safety Course. The voucher is your admission ticket into a Michigan Hunter Safety Field Day where you will complete your hunter safety training and obtain your Michigan Hunter Education Certificate.

Q. Is the Michigan Field Day Voucher the same as a Hunter Education Certificate?

A. No. The Field Day Voucher is proof that you have passed the online hunter safety course and allows you to take part in a Hunter Safety Field Day, where you will be issued a hunter education certificate once you have successfully completed all activities and the final hunter safety exam.

Q. What is the advantage of taking the Online Hunter Safety Course?

A. The traditional Michigan hunter safety classroom course lasts a minimum of 10-12 hours and is usually given over the span of a weekend or several weeknights. With the online hunter safety course, you can do the bulk of the course work from home in an interactive and engaging online environment. Thanks to HUNTERcourse.com's professionally narrated course content, detailed illustrations and over 60 interactive animations, you will have fun learning all the aspects of hunting and firearm safety and only have to show up to a single 4 hour instructor-led hunter safety Field Day to get certified.

Q. Do I need to take this course to obtain a hunting license?

A. Anyone born after January 1, 1960 must have a valid hunter education certificate before they can purchase a Michigan hunting license. For more information you can check out the Michigan Hunting License and Hunter Education Requirements Page.

Q. What steps do I need to take to complete the Online Hunter Safety Course and obtain my Michigan Hunter Education Certificate?

A. The Michigan Hunter Safety Course can be completed in 4 Steps:

  1. Study the Online Hunter Safety Course
  2. Pass each chapter's hunting safety test
  3. Print the Hunter Safety Field Day Voucher
  4. Attend a DNR Hunter Safety Field Day to get certified.

Q. When can I take the Online Hunter Safety Course?

A. The online hunter safety course is available to anyone at any time. However we strongly recommend that you locate a Hunter Safety Field Day in your area before you get too far into the online course. Field Days might be difficult to find in certain areas, so plan ahead!

Q. How do I pass the online hunter safety course?

A. In order to pass the online hunter safety course and get your Field Day Voucher, you must pass each chapter quiz with a grade of at least 80%.

Q. How do I purchase the Hunter Safety Field Day Voucher?

A. The one-time course fee is $29.00.

Q. Why is it important to learn gun safety and take a hunter safety class?

A. Contrary to popular belief, hunting is one of the safest sports around. This is mainly due to the fact that most hunters take gun safety and hunting safety very seriously. Careless or reckless behavior while hunting can lead to serious injury to one self or to innocent bystanders. This is why Michigan requires most hunters to take hunter education courses, and to follow the 10 rules of firearm safety at all times when hunting.

Q. How to Get a Replacement Michigan Hunter Education Certificate?

A. If you have previously taken a hunter education course and have misplaced or require a duplicate hunter education certificate, you can find information about replacement certificates on the Michigan DNR website at www.michigan.gov/dnr.

Q. Lost Your Hunter Safety Field Day Voucher?

A.The Field Day Voucher is required to attend the Michigan Hunter Safety Field Day. If you have lost your Voucher you can sign in to your exam center and print out a new copy. You can also contact HUNTERcourse.com at 1-866-495-4868 or e-mail info@huntercourse.com and we will send you a copy of your voucher.

Q. What are the technical requirements to take the online hunter safety course?

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Browser Internet Explorer 9.0
Firefox 2.0
Chrome 3.0
Safari 2.0
Opera 9.0
Latest versions of Chrome,
Firefox, or Internet Explorer
Operating System Windows XP or
Mac OS 9
Windows 7 or
Mac OS X
Screen Resolution 1024x768
Internet Connection dial-up high-speed