We commend Mississippi for implementing the HunterExam program to help educate today's hunters
Jackson, Mississippi (PRWEB) October 15, 2009
Mississippi is the latest state to adopt the HunterExam.com interactive hunter education course as an option to prepare for hunting certification. The new HunterExam online course allows students to complete hunter safety coursework online before attending required classroom and hands-on field course training needed to obtain their Mississippi hunter education certificate.
"We commend Mississippi for implementing the HunterExam program to help educate today's hunters," said Kerry Moher, vice president of HunterExam.com. The interactive online coursework allows participants to complete a number of the required course sections from home. "Students can register for free and our customized exam center will keep track of their progress as they move through the Mississippi Hunter Safety Course. Students appreciate the chance to login and out at any time, and pick up right where they left off."
With an emphasis on safety and responsibility, the HunterExam.com program focuses on reducing hunting incidents through coursework presented in a narrative fashion with more than 350 original illustrations, 35 interactive exercises (powered by HE Tools™), followed by review questions and discussion points. Students also have access to HunterExam.com's industry exclusive toll-free customer service help line from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. (eastern), seven days a week.
Captain Calvin Fulton, Hunting/Boating Safety Administrator, Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks, emphasizes that instructor-led Field Days remain a crucial part of the HunterExam process but the "online course is a convenient way for students to complete the required course sections and chapter quizzes at home so more hands-on training can be conducted at the Field Day."
HunterExam.com also offers the only treestand safety course based on the latest guidelines developed by the Treestand Manufacturers Association along with interactive shooting ranges featuring rifles, shotguns and archery. Both the treestand safety course and interactive shooting ranges interactive shooting ranges are free to anyone with an internet connection.
Students may visit HunterExam.com to view the site free of charge. The online course costs $24.95 to complete and students pay only when they pass. The student must then successfully complete the Field Day with a Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks Instructor in order to obtain their Mississippi hunter education certificate and purchase their first hunting license. For more information visit HunterExam Mississippi .