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    Jelen Deer Services - Humane Animal Dispatch Course

    Jelen Deer Services - Professional Skills Development Courses

    We are pleased to announce the launch of two new courses from Jelen Deer Services to add to our brand new 2014 series of Professional Skills Development Courses. The new courses are in response to demand for specialised training in the many facets of Wild, Park and Farmed Deer Management in the UK.

    As always, candidates can be assured that Jelen's high-end training experiences will exceed your expectations, in the delivery of the vitally important practical aspects of the subject, underpinned with a secure foundation of theoretical knowledge gained through real-life experience.

    The two new courses are:


    HUMANE ANIMAL DISPATCH - Scheduled for Saturday 29th March (Jelen Group Offices), Hampshire
    (69.99, inclusive of refreshments, lunch, training manual and DVD)

    RIFLE AWARENESS COURSE - Scheduled for Saturday 5th April (Jelen Group Offices), Hampshire
    (69.99, inclusive of refreshments, lunch, training manual and DVD)


    Please contact Jelen Deer Services on 01264 811155 during office hours, or email us on office@jelendeer.com and we will send you a full course profile and booking form. If you are part of ourEmail Information Community you will automatically receive full details in the near future. If you are not part of our EIC group yet, then simply email us on office@jelendeer.com with your name and email address and we'll set it up for you.

    Best regards,

    Mike

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services
    01264 811155

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    Hi Mike, cant you run one up this end of the country, been trying for nearly three months to get a course organised with bds without any luck so far, let me know if you plan to do one please, doveridge clay ground would be an excellent venue for large amounts of people or calton moor range at swinscoe if there is up to 28, keep up the good works, regards to all at jelen, Dean, ps its the RTA humane dispatch coure that is required

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanandrew64 View Post
    Hi Mike, cant you run one up this end of the country, been trying for nearly three months to get a course organised with bds without any luck so far, let me know if you plan to do one please, doveridge clay ground would be an excellent venue for large amounts of people or calton moor range at swinscoe if there is up to 28, keep up the good works, regards to all at jelen, Dean, ps its the RTA humane dispatch coure that is required
    Hi Dean,

    Many thanks for your kind words.

    We can run a Humane Animal Dispatch course anywhere in the country. If you require a course up there and you think there are sufficient people interested, then I'd be happy to run one in Derbyshire.

    We'd need a minimum of 10 people for it to be financially worthwhile for us, given travelling etc.

    Let me know if you can get 10 folks together, and when you would like a course and we'd be happy to run one for you guys.

    Best regards,

    Mike.

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services
    01264 811155

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    Hi Mike, mike dickinson at calton moor is happy to provide the venue i have pm's from at least 14 already and mike says he has about six interested, if you want to gave a word with him about venue and a date then try to get something organised up this end, thanks for the reply much appreciated hopefully we can get a course up and running soon, thanks Dean

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    Hi Mike, have sent messages to everyone who pm'd me about the course to register an interest with you, about running this course up our end, thanks for your efforts so far, regards to all at jelen, Dean

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    I would not normally come onto an ad and ask questions but after the few threads that have been running of late would like to ask why the turnaround from jelen on the humane deer dispatch, i was under the impression you where against this training and thought that the organisations where just up for taking money off folk and that dispatch work would not be going ahead anymore
    , atb wayne

    I think that some of you guys will be in for disappointment in the forseeable future. I reckon it won't be long before ACPO/Home Office realise that so many are using the RTA 'excuse' in order to get hold of a handgun/pistol for the purpose.

    When 'stalkers are called out by the Police, then the Police are responsible if something goes wrong. I don't think they are going to want to keep shouldering that responsibility when they already have their own Firearms teams with access to suitable weapons and experience to be able to carry out the task.

    I know that suddenly RTA Dispatch courses are 'in vogue' at the moment, but I do feel that - for the organisers - its about the money, and for SOME of the attendees (NOT ALL) its about an 'excuse' to own a handgun/pistol.

    WHEN something goes wrong at an RTA involving firearms, then there will be sudden changes, and the Police will handle RTA's involving deer themselves.

    Also from an animal welfare angle, I think an ARV will be able to respond MUCH quicker than a stalker (IN MOST CASES), and therefore prolonged suffering of the affected animal will be reduced. That HAS to be good, right??

    Regards,

    Mike.

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services

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    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    I would not normally come onto an ad and ask questions but after the few threads that have been running of late would like to ask why the turnaround from jelen on the humane deer dispatch, i was under the impression you where against this training and thought that the organisations where just up for taking money off folk and that dispatch work would not be going ahead anymore
    , atb wayne

    I think that some of you guys will be in for disappointment in the forseeable future. I reckon it won't be long before ACPO/Home Office realise that so many are using the RTA 'excuse' in order to get hold of a handgun/pistol for the purpose.

    When 'stalkers are called out by the Police, then the Police are responsible if something goes wrong. I don't think they are going to want to keep shouldering that responsibility when they already have their own Firearms teams with access to suitable weapons and experience to be able to carry out the task.

    I know that suddenly RTA Dispatch courses are 'in vogue' at the moment, but I do feel that - for the organisers - its about the money, and for SOME of the attendees (NOT ALL) its about an 'excuse' to own a handgun/pistol.

    WHEN something goes wrong at an RTA involving firearms, then there will be sudden changes, and the Police will handle RTA's involving deer themselves.

    Also from an animal welfare angle, I think an ARV will be able to respond MUCH quicker than a stalker (IN MOST CASES), and therefore prolonged suffering of the affected animal will be reduced. That HAS to be good, right??

    Regards,

    Mike.

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services
    Hi Wayne,

    My feelings are exactly the same. There's no turnaround at all.

    BUT, I know people want this training and many have taken the 'course' provided by others. I feel that if people pay for a training course, then it should be a quality course with relevant content.

    Our HAD course is in response to many requests that we put such a course together, in the belief that Jelen can exceed the format of existing current training options. We will of course oblige.

    I have seen the 'manual' that was provided by 'another provider' and personally I feel it was pretty lame, and comprised of a great deal of padding - much of it DSC1 stuff!! …

    I understand the 'course' was equally lacking in its content in that I believe there was no practical demonstration included. I find that shocking! … If the course in question was aimed at preparing people for the role of HAD operator, then I feel it has failed miserably as there was no viable means of assessing learner performance in the practical sense. - of course the die-hard fans of the provider will be quick to defend!!

    We have therefore developed a course that fulfils the needs of those that seriously wish to carry out this work safely and humanely. The practical aspects of the work should be discussed, demonstrated and simulated. If our course forces others to 'raise their bar' and deliver better, more relevant training, then I feel we will have had a positive contribution to animal welfare in so far as Road Traffic Collisions are concerned.

    Hope that answers your question Wayne.

    Regards,

    Mike.

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services
    01264 811155

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    Mike thank you for the responce my intention wasn't to derail your thread, can i ask at the end of the course which if you are doing demonstrations it sounds worthwhile will it be a lantra based certificate which will be recognised, i thank you for taking the time to respond, wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    Mike thank you for the responce my intention wasn't to derail your thread, can i ask at the end of the course which if you are doing demonstrations it sounds worthwhile will it be a lantra based certificate which will be recognised, i thank you for taking the time to respond, wayne
    Hi Wayne,

    That is our intention and we are currently working towards this with LANTRA AWARDS. So all being well the course will be recognised.

    Best regards,

    Mike.

    Mike Allison
    Managing Director - Jelen Deer Services
    01264 811155

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    Thank you mike, wayne

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