This distance learning package is desgined for any one who is involved in the control of wild boar or would like to learn more about wild boar

THE NGO ARE OFFERING THE WILD BOAR TRAINING CERTIFICATE WHICH IS AN ADD ON TO THE DSC1.

 

In recognition of the increase of feral wild boar in the UK and the need for their management Deer Management Qualifications (DMQ) has launched a wild boar qualification that the NGO will be delivering as a distance learning package.

The assessment standards of the qualification recognise the need for wild boar to be managed effectively and humanely in the interests of both their welfare and our natural habitat.

This course is delivered as a distance learning package where you are sent the training material on a USB drive. You will be able to learn at your own pace with support via email or WhatsApp from NGO tutors. There will also be an option to join with one of our tutors on a webinar before your assessment to have a face to face Q & A session with a trainer.

 

The course includes the ecology, behaviour and habitats of wild boar as well as UK legislation and some European hunting methods.

 

This course is aimed at those who currently control wild boar in the UK and Europe or those who would like to have an introduction into it.

 

Support will be on hand from the NGO at every step of the way and you will be able to have regular contact with the trainers.

The certificate is issued by DMQ

 

Cost:-

 

MEMBERS £170

 

NON-MEMBERS £225 (to join the NGO is only £45)

Course Requirements:-

  • DSC1 blue certificate holder or DSC1 yellow certificate along with the Lantra or NGO Wild Game Meat Hygiene certificate which includes the large game element.
  • To be able to attend the assessment day
Some self discipline and pre learning
 

Join the National Gamekeepers Organisation and Support Gamekeeping

Trade & Corporate

£100/year

Gamekeeper Member

£45/year

Supporter Member

£45/year

Family
 

£100/year

Joining the NGO is easy and can be done now online.
Or if you prefer, call 01833 660 869

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