- Michigan's Hunter Education ProgramSafe hunting begins with hunter education, which has had a dramatic impact on reducing hunting incidents in Michigan. Hunting is safe and getting safer!
Hunter safety is required if you were born after January 1, 1960 and you want to purchase any Michigan hunting license, or if you are planning an out-of-state hunting trip.
- Subscribe to Recreational Safety updates from Michigan DNR
- Frequently Asked Questions About Hunter Education
- Course Options-Online courses -- www.hunter-ed.com/Michigan and www.huntercourse.com/usa/michigan
-Traditional classroom course or home study/field day -- search for a class in your area
-Trapper education courses
- -Time commitment -- 2/3 days or 10-13 hours
-Class fee up to $10 to cover field supplies (online courses involve an additional fee)
-Field day required -- schedule in advance to make sure you get a spot
-Classes taught by volunteers. Learn more about becoming a volunteer instructor
- -Don't forget hunter education course requirements before heading out this fall
-DNR seeks diverse hunter education instructors in Southeast Michigan