Outfitter Wildlife Management
If you’re hunting for a career in the outdoors, SIC can help! SIC’s Outfitter Wildlife Management program will prepare you for jobs in the rapidly growing commercial hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation industry. An advisory council of outdoor professionals guides the curriculum, and students can choose to take an externship course with potential industry employers after completion of the certificate.
Finish the certificate in just one year!
This is a hands-on program, where you will experience guiding a ‘client’ on a hunt, field dressing game, cleaning fish, cooking wild game, canoe safety, managing wildlife, choosing and maintaining a campsite, and a whole lot more!
- Wildlife Business Basics
- Hunting Education
- Guiding in the Outdoors
- Habitat and Food Plot Installation
- Big Game Management
- Freshwater Fishing
- Fish and Game Warden
- Hunting or Fishing/ Outfitting Guide
- Outdoor Recreation Manager
- Range Manager
- Travel Guide
Program Learning Outcomes
Goal 1: Discuss and demonstrate safe hunting and fishing practices.
Goal 2: Identify basic concepts needed to be an outdoor guide or outfitter, including areas of big and small game management, waterfowl management, and upland bird management.
Goal 3: Describe principles of wildlife and natural resource enterprise management.
Goal 4: Discuss management of fisheries, and the environmental factors that affect fish, their habitat, and the sport of freshwater fishing.
Goal 5: Discuss the factors affecting the need to locate sustainable practices for production of food, feed, and fiber crops and how to implement them.
Goal 6: Describe how the environment influences plant growth and crop yields, and ways to modify the environment to improve plant growth and yields.
Goal 7: Identify species, characteristics, habitat requirements and life cycles of birds, fish and/or mammalian wildlife species.
Goal 8: Critically evaluate current events and public information related to wildlife management as being scientifically based or opinion-based and contribute to the knowledge base of information.
Goal 9: Work and communicate with others to coordinate activities that achieve group/team objectives.
Goal 10: Write in a style appropriate for technical or informative publications for various audiences related to Outfitter Wildlife Management.
Goal 11: Demonstrate an understanding of the general principles of ecology as how they relate to terrestrial and/or aquatic plant and animal conservation and management.
For more Information, contact Jordan Hammersley at (618) 252-5400, ext. 2328 or email@example.com