Probably 75% of the adults in my HE classes over the last 5 years have been taking the class courtesy of the game warden and the JP. The other big grouping of adult students are those over the age of Texas requirements, but under the age of Colorado's cut-off (1949).Greybeard wrote:Glad to see suggestion of going to TP&W web site. Lots of great info. there. While there, I suggest taking a peek at accident stats and stories. Year after year, the numero uno age bracket of those involved in hunting accidents is 20 to 29 - and about 80% of 'em have never had a hunter ed. class. ("not enough time" )
I agree mostlywith your thoughts on having enough time, but I also know for a lot of folks its not just length of time, its scheduling. I've taught several folks who were willing to make the time commitment, but couldn't do it on the schedule of their local community college instructors.
Thats the situation where the home study version is the only way to go.