Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) July 09, 2013
Colorado Parks & Wildlife have approved the new and improved Outdoor Roadmap online hunter education course for use in Colorado starting July 1, 2013.
Outdoor Roadmap just launched a new more concise version of their online hunter education safety course with improved narration, interactive exercises that are easier to operate, dozens of new photos to better illustrate specific learning objectives, revision of complex material and fewer quizzes that are more course reflective.
The changes to the course are as a result of extensive research with Hunter Ed Administrators, Instructors, Industry Professionals and students. Colorado was one of the first states to review the new, revised course and gave approval for use starting July 1, 2013.
According to Mark Cousins, Hunter Ed Administrator for Colorado Parks & Wildlife: “You've made huge improvements in the way the course flows, it is smoother and faster which will really help younger students. The emphases boxes help get the material across - like the added information on the carry methods. And, the improved and expanded photographs used throughout the course really help to convey the information being taught.”
The Outdoor Roadmap Colorado online Hunter Education course is priced at $13, the lowest priced online narrated course available today. 90% of users are so satisfied with the course and learning that they say they would recommend it to others.