I will be serving a one year internship in a state that will require me to get a hunters ed certification card. I have hunted quite a bit in the past, but being a young whipper-snapper of only 43 years old I am too young and will have to take the hunter certification course. I imagine I will do the online version followed by a ½ day in the field as that seems like the quickest way to check it off of the list. My wife, who has never hunted, has said that she would be willing to do the course with class time with me for a fun ting to do, if she can work it into her schedule. She isn’t excited about hunting at this time, except with a camera. I would rather not have to take the whole course, but know that there is probably going to be something to be learned regardless of which rout I go, I wonder if it would be better to take the longer in class course with my wife so we can share that time together or to just do the online one and be done with it?
Any ideas, thoughts, or suggesstions