The instructor will lead the students through all six hours of the class. Classes typically run from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturdays, but can also be broken into two or three days or a home study option.
Special arrangements and testing procedures can be made for persons with disabilities. Contact the Wildlife Department at (405) 521-4636 two weeks prior to the course if you or a loved one has disabilities that require special arrangements.
ALL HUNTER EDUCATION CLASSES ARE FREE.
Hunters ages 9 and younger are not eligible to take the test for Hunter Education certification; instead, these hunters will be able to buy an apprentice-designated hunting license. Online License Sales
Anyone age 30 or younger may buy an apprentice-designated hunting license. A hunter age 31 years or older is not required to have Hunter Education in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma accepts Hunter Education certificates from all states so if you can't find a course near you, you may want to consider a course in a neighboring state or our online course. Click one of the states below to see if they are offering a course near you.
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