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    Training -what next.

    Having l1, l2, BDS deer managers course and level 2 small/large game meat hygeine, what training could follow and be worthwhile ?

    performing the role of AW is something to consider, but I'm particularly asking about education.

    any ideas?

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    Hi Gary,
    depends I suppose on what angle it is your wanting to go in. What about ya quad papers or first aid cert ??
    regards
    Jimmy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad Gary View Post
    Having l1, l2, BDS deer managers course and level 2 small/large game meat hygeine, what training could follow and be worthwhile ?

    performing the role of AW is something to consider, but I'm particularly asking about education.

    any ideas?
    I found the LANTRA level 2 center-fire/fox control course invaluable for developing my shooting skills, safety awareness and deer stalking permissions.
    • Do not be seduced by the marketing-men....

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    If you want to get higher up the ladder go for an FdSc or Bsc in countryside management , funding is available at different levels depending on your personal circumstances ,you dont have to pay back student finance unless you earn above 21k so you cant lose.


    Hartpury College - Wildlife Conservation and Countryside Management


    Game and Wildlife Management
    Last edited by Johno100; 12-04-2014 at 11:38.

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    Being an AW is rewarding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Hamburger View Post
    I found the LANTRA level 2 center-fire/fox control course invaluable for developing my shooting skills, safety awareness and deer stalking permissions.
    I dont think my shooting skills or safety awareness are lacking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul at Fechan View Post
    Being an AW is rewarding
    I wouldn't charge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy milnes View Post
    Hi Gary,
    depends I suppose on what angle it is your wanting to go in. What about ya quad papers or first aid cert ??
    regards
    Jimmy
    quad papers might be useful on some estates down here, although i can cover most in the truck

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    I got to the same stage some time ago and ran out of things to do also!
    I think all you can no do is head down the AW/Assessor/Instructor path which is where I headed. I'm also an RCO which is another string to the bow.
    MS

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    driven shooting for boar... waiting houses for wolf, jackal even bear, that's an education in hunting

    If you've got to that need a lift stage, driven is the business

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