“The Vermont hunter safety course is approved by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and contains the same material that’s taught in the classroom,” said Kurt Kalkomey, president of Kalkomey Enterprises, Inc. “The course contains several features that make the learning easier and more fun including realistic illustrations, interactive animations and live-action video.”
The new hunter safety videos at hunter-ed.com are designed to be fun to watch while presenting need-to-know safety information. These short videos cover safety topics such as tree stand hunting safety, firearms safety, hunting from a ground blind, effectiveness of blaze orange and more. For more information or to take the online portion of the course, visit http://www.hunter-ed.com/vermont/
Another new hunter-ed.com feature is students can take their Vermont hunter safety course on a smartphone, tablet, e-reader, laptop or Internet TV. Course pages will automatically adjust to fit any device with no app required so the videos, graphics and animations are always easy to see.
Vermont law requires anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1975, to complete a hunter safety course before obtaining a Vermont hunting license. Students can study for free at hunter-ed.com. To complete all Vermont hunter education requirements, students must pass the online and homestudy class portions of the hunter education course.
Kalkomey, parent company of hunter-ed.com, is an official provider of recreational safety education materials for all 50 states. An American company based in Dallas, Texas, Kalkomey produces print and Internet courses that have provided official safety certification since 1995. Kalkomey offers safety courses in boating, hunting, bowhunting, and off-road vehicle and snowmobile operation. For more information, visit http://www.kalkomey.com/.