Deer Vehicle Collision Humane Animal Dispatch Course
The BDS Deer Vehicle Collision Humane Animal Dispatch Course is designed for all those involved in animal dispatch, be it at police control room level or the individual carrying out the task as an operator within an established police call out scheme.
The course examines the legal implications of roadside dispatch, structures for setting up an DVC call out scheme, equipment and methods of humane dispatch.
The cost of the course is £80.00; this includes a course handbook, tuition and a Lantra award certificate issued on completion of the course.
Course dates 2017:
Wednesday 14th June - Epping Forest, Essex
Sunday 2nd July - Cranbrook, Kent
Sunday 24th September 2017 - Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Customer testimonials from recent HAD courses :-
"Like minded people learning the correct protocol to carry out a valuable service to assist in the welfare of animals. A very well put together course by Glyn Ingram of the BDS. Good to see police Scotland attending & showing a genuine interest. Also congratulations to Liddlesdale Wildlife Management on there partnership with the BDS, definitely going from strength to strength, chuffed for you."
"Excellent course put over by Glyn of BDS, thanks also to Jonathon for organising. Very enjoyable day and well worth the trip up."
"Brilliant course and well organised, thanks Jonathan and training manager Glyn (BDS)."
"Great course, enjoyed it a lot."
"Well planned and very helpful."
"A very well delivered course."
"Very good course, good facilities. The Instructor delivered a very good course."
"Really enjoyed the courses this weekend keep me informed of any future ones if that's ok."