• Hunter Education Online In-Person Test


    Overview

    The Arkansas Hunter Education In-Person Test is for students who have completed the online self-study course or CD course. Students must bring a signed completion voucher to complete the course.

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    Students may visit the online self-study course site and complete each section of the course online. The third party that provides the online course will charge $19.50. Students must take a supervised final examination at an official testing site to complete the course.

    A free self-study course is also available on CD. To obtain the CD you need to call 501-223-6377 or email aimee.swaim@agfc.ar.gov to request a CD to be mailed. Students must complete each section of the course and print their completion voucher. Take the signed completion voucher to an official testing site to complete the course.

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    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com
  • Hunter Education Classroom


    Overview

    The traditional hunter education class is a 10-hour instructor led classroom course with hands-on demonstrations. Classes may be a few hours a night for 3 or 4 nights or an all-day class. The final class will end with a test to pass the course.

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    Hunter Education classes are offered by knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors and Arkansas Game and Fish Employees.
    Managed And Approved By:

    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com
  • Boater Education Online In-Person Test


    Overview

    The Arkansas Boater Education In-Person Test is for students who have completed the online self-study course. Students may visit the online self-study course site and complete each section of the course online. The third party that provides the online course will charge $24.50. Students must take a supervised final examination at an official testing site to complete the course.

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    Boating Education classes are offered by knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors and Arkansas Game and Fish Employees.
    Managed And Approved By:

    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com
  • Boater Education Classroom


    Overview

    The traditional boating education class is a 6-hour instructor led classroom course with hands-on demonstrations. Classes may be a few hours a night for 3 or 4 nights or an all-day class. The final class will end with a test to pass the course.

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    Boating Education classes are offered by knowledgeable and dedicated volunteer instructors and Arkansas Game and Fish Employees.
    Managed And Approved By:

    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com
  • Bowhunter Education Field Day


    Overview

    Students take an online course at home and pass an online test. The online portion of the course and test costs $30. Participants are issued a field day qualifier certificate, which they must take to a certified instructor. The instructor will complete their in-the-field training.

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    The International Bowhunter Education Program is administered in Arkansas by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Hunter Education Division. It is taught by certified bow hunter education volunteer instructors. The IBEP card is good for life and is recognized internationally.

    To learn more about the IBEP Course, contact J.D. Crawford, Arkansas Bowhunter Association Urban Hunt Coordinator, by email.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com
  • Bowhunter Education Classroom


    Overview

    Students attend an instructor-led course. All requirements are completed in one day and the class is free. Classes are scheduled as needed throughout the year. There is usually a class or two in early spring and several in the late summer.

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    The International Bowhunter Education Program is administered in Arkansas by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Hunter Education Division. It is taught by certified bow hunter education volunteer instructors. The IBEP card is good for life and is recognized internationally.

    To learn more about the IBEP Course, contact J.D. Crawford, Arkansas Bowhunter Association Urban Hunt Coordinator, by email.

    Managed And Approved By:

    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

    http://www.agfc.com