100% Montana State–Approved Hunting Certificate Online Course
Approved by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and meets the standards of the International Hunter Education Association
Pay Only When You Pass
unlimited exam attempts
The Hunter Ed Montana Course is approved by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the state agency responsible for the administration of the Montana Hunter Education Certificate.
To be approved by the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, a course must teach hunters to become:
- Safe (by following all firearm and hunting safety rules)
- Responsible (about hunting, wildlife, conservation, and hunting laws)
- Knowledgeable (by knowing and demonstrating acceptable behavior and attitudes while hunting)
- Involved (in joining and participating in hunting and conservation organizations)
For additional information on hunter education in Montana, contact:
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
1420 East Sixth Avenue P.O. Box 200701
Helena, MT 59620-0701
Meets IHEA Standards
This Montana hunter-ed.com online hunting education course was developed in accordance with the standards set forth by the International Hunter Education Association (IHEA) and meets the requirements of the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks hunter safety mandate.
About the Standards
In 1999, the IHEA adopted a set of performance guidelines for basic hunter education courses. These standards have been used internationally by hunter education administrators to evaluate minimum core content in hunter education courses. Industry partners including the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and hunter-ed.com have used the revised standards to develop new student manuals and alternative delivery methods for hunter education (IHEA Standards website).
Our Commitment to Hunter Education
Hunter Ed is committed to making sure Montana hunter education students learn the skills and information needed to have a safe, successful, and fun hunt. We strive to ensure this Montana online hunter safety course helps you become a more knowledgeable and ethical hunter. Educated hunters play an important role in making Montana a leader in conservation and wildlife management.
We accomplish that goal by working with the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and IHEA to produce a course that's accurate, interesting, and easy to understand.
As a new hunter, you can be proud of your contributions to wildlife conservation and your role as a steward of our natural resources.