Arizona’s Online Hunter Education Course Upgraded to Help Students Learn How to Be Safe and Successful

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Arizona's online hunter safety course at offers new features designed to provide a high-quality education experience that is easy and fun.

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Students taking Arizona’s online hunter safety course at will experience a variety of new features designed to provide a high-quality educational experience that is easy and fun. One feature that remains the same is is approved by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and contains the same material that’s taught in the classroom.

The new version of offers an optional narration feature that allows students to listen, read or both. Exam questions also are read out loud and include illustrations to help students recall what they’ve learned.

In addition, Arizona’s online hunter safety course is designed to engage students with a combination of detailed illustrations, animations and short blocks of text. Using this mix of teaching methods helps students quickly grasp course concepts. Plus, they can review the material at at their convenience.

Students can study for free at Those who must receive their hunter education certification to obtain a hunting license pay a one-time fee, which is due only if they pass the test. Students can take the test as many times as they need to pass it.

To complete the hunter education requirements for Arizona, students must pass both the online and field day portions of the course. After taking the online course, students should sign up for the field day.

Under Arizona hunting law, to hunt big game, anyone 10 to 13 years of age must have a valid hunter education course completion card (10 is the minimum age to hunt big game). To take the online portion of the course, visit

About Kalkomey
Kalkomey, parent company of, is the official provider of recreational safety education materials for all 50 states. Our print and Internet courses have been providing official safety certification since 1995. We provide safety courses in boating, hunting, bowhunting, and off-road vehicle (ORV) and snowmobile operation. For more information, visit


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