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Alberta Hunter Education

The goal of Conservation Education is to “increase the level of public committment to wildlife and fisheries conservation”. We are proud to provide education services for Conservation Education, Youth Programs and Firearms Safety.

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The Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association (AHEIA), is a non profit organization dedicated to creating an ethical, humane and educated Alberta that values wildlife, fish and the environment. In consideration of our goals and objectives, AHEIA is not only offering in-person Conservation Education training but as well, Online Conservation Education training.

The Alberta Conservation and Hunter Education Program is viewed as one of, if not the finest in North America. Through online training, we are able to provide easily accessible, high quality instruction to Albertans in the convenience of their homes. As an Association we are working closely with instructors to provide material and information to perpetuate and enhance the excellence of this program.


Hunting and Conservation have always gone hand in hand. Hunter Education is a vital contributor to wise conservation practices today, tomorrow and the future. AHEIA is doing a wonderful job and will continue to do so. I thank you all for that.

- Jim Dougherty (June 12, 2002)

Working together, our organizations can have a positive impact on the future of hunting, fishing and habitat. Congratulations to the Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association Volunteers and keep up the great work!

- Gerry Kaumeyer (Pheasants Forever, Calgary Chapter)

AHEIA continues to do positive and pro-active work bringing on the next generation of Conservationists. Congratulations to all the Volunteer Instructors and keep up the great work!

- Dave Powell (Alberta Fish and Game Association)