The Wisconsin Internet-Specific Field Day

In order to complete the Wisconsin hunter education requirements, you must pass both the online and Internet-Specific Field Day portions of the hunter education course.

Important Internet-Specific Field Day Information

Locating and Signing Up for the Internet-Specific Field Day

You will need to locate and sign up for the required Internet-Specific Field Day before taking the online portion of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources hunter education course.

To locate and sign up for the Internet-Specific Field Day in your area, go to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website at https://jc.activeoutdoorsolutions.com/wise_student/app/goHome.do.

If you are 18 years of age or older, you may choose Wisconsin’s test-out option instead of attending an Internet-Specific Field Day after passing the online course. For more information, go to http://dnr.wi.gov/education/outdoorSkills/safetyEducation.html#tabx3.

Warning! Passing the online course does not guarantee you a spot at an Internet-Specific Field Day or a bi-monthly adult-only test-out session.

What To Expect at the Internet-Specific Field Day

At the Internet-Specific Field Day, you must successfully complete the remaining course requirements, which include: 4–6 hours of instruction, a field exercise, a live-fire exercise, and Wisconsin’s Hunter Education Certification exam.

Important Bring your Wisconsin Course Completion Certificate to the Internet-Specific Field Day as proof of having completed the online course.

After attending and passing the Internet-Specific Field Day portion of the hunter education requirement, you will receive your Wisconsin Hunter Education Safety Certificate.

Hunter Education Documents

Course Completion Certificate
The Course Completion Certificate is proof that you have successfully completed the online portion of your hunter education requirement. Students must present the Course Completion Certificate at the Internet-Specific Field Day to gain admittance.
Wisconsin Hunter Education Safety Certificate

The Wisconsin Hunter Education Safety Certificate is proof that you have successfully completed all the hunter education requirements and can legally hunt in the state of Wisconsin. You will receive the Hunter Education Safety Certificate from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources after successfully completing the Internet-Specific Field Day.

If you are 18 years of age or older, you may choose Wisconsin’s test-out option instead of attending an Internet-Specific Field Day after passing the online course.

Replacement

If you have already received the Wisconsin Hunter Education Safety Certificate and need a replacement certificate, you can order a duplicate from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources at https://jc.activeoutdoorsolutions.com/wi_public/goHome.do.

To replace a lost or destroyed Course Completion Certificate, log in to the course and print a new one.