How to Become a Hunter Education Instructor
Thank you for your interest in teaching and mentoring the next generation of safe, knowledgeable and responsible hunters in Georgia.
Volunteer and staff instructors with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources teach over 800 hunter education classes to over 13,000 students each year and we are excited that you are interested in becoming a volunteer hunter education instructor.
There is a four-part process to become a volunteer instructor:
Once you have completed your teaching evaluation, we will issue your Hunter Education Instructor’s Certification.
If you have any questions about this process, please contact Walter Lane at 770-761-3010.
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