As a North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Hunter Education Instructor, you are an important and valued member of the hunter education team. The knowledge, skills and attitudes your students learn during their formal hunter education training and their experiences afield are extremely important to the future generation of hunters. Your students are the caretakers of our rich natural resources. As a hunter education instructor, you are in a unique position to have a positive impact on each of your students.
The commitment that you have made to the hunter education program is a reflection of the appreciation and concern that you have for our wildlife resources. We hope that you will find your experience as a hunter education instructor to be a rewarding one. The Hunter Education team is dedicated to supporting your efforts as an instructor and working together toward achieving our common goals.
Our Hunter Education Program is designated to promote the safe handling of firearms and archery equipment, teach responsible, ethical conduct by hunters, educate sportsmen in the various methods and the proper use of equipment in harvesting game and endorse the importance of wildlife management laws and regulations. As a result of our program, the sportsmen of tomorrow will better understand their obligation to the resources, the landowner, other hunters and themselves.
A comprehensive hunter education program designated and implemented through planning, adequate funding, administration, and evaluation will successfully address:
Policies & Procedures
International Hunter Education Association
Program Lesson Plans
Teaching Aids & Supplies
Hunter Education Frequently Asked Questions