Use Firearms To Humanely Destroy Animals
AHCPMG304 – Use firearms to humanely destroy animals
Until now there has been very little formal training available to professional shooters who specialise in the control of pest and feral animals.
How do you select a pest controller who can do the job?
The Firearm Safety and Training Council Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) approved by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and has eliminated a lot of the guesswork in this process by offering formal training and accreditation for professional shooters under the Standards for NVR Registered Training Organisation. Completion of the course awards credits towards the nationally recognised AHC21016 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management.
It is the only qualification of its kind and incorporates both theoretical and practical elements of training which are designed to produce a well-rounded, balanced and safe operator. These elements include:
- Firearm Safety
- Risk Management and Task Planning
- Humane Destruction Protocols
- Legislation relating to the Use of Firearms and related OH&S issues.
- Shooting Accreditation for both Rimfire and Centrefire Rifles.
AHCPMG304 – Humane Destruction Re-accreditation
If you are a professional shooter and you feel the need to upgrade your formal qualifications this course is highly recommended for you. If you are entering the feral animal-control industry this course is essential for your professional development.
If you are an employer and you have a feral animal problem call the Council on (02) 9486 3077 and we will refer you to an operator who holds our accreditation.
The course is offered in regional centres so that the cost and time in travelling is kept to a minimum.
To make your booking for the course simply enrol below for the course and location that suits. We will confirm your registration.
Schedule of Courses
Sydney 14 February 2019 / 11 April 2019 / 24 September 2019
Cessnock 14 March 2019
Wodonga 22 March 2019 / 23 August 2019
Grafton 26 March 2019
Canberra 8 May 2019
Narromine 14 May 2019 / 8 October 2019
Mudgee 12 March 2019 /15 May 2019 /14 August 2019 / 9 October 2019
Griffith 29 May 2019
Broken Hill 3 September 2019
Warialda 18 September 2019