FIRE ARMS TRAINING

SHOOTING TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION

ZOO AND EXPEDITION FIRE ARMS COURSE

 

SHOOTING TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION

Our outdoor range has a covered shooting area allowing all weather target shooting out to 150m


Additionally there is a short range for air rifle and air pistol


Fully insured


Range is run by qualified staff with many years of shooting experience, and under the direction of the Range Conducting  Officer (RCO)


In addition to shooting instruction we offer instruction in


  • Ballistics

  • Reloading

  • Load development

  • Scope set up and zeroing

  • Shooting off sticks

Adjustment for varying range in the field

 

ZOO AND EXPEDITION FIRE ARMS COURSE

Aimed at firearms teams at Zoos and expedition companies, this course establishes the knowledge and training required for attendees to provide best policy and practice for their industry.


This course is also aimed at those providing armed protection on foreign expeditions


Following HSE guidance on Zoos; BIAZA's Safe Management of Zoos; the Defra publication 'Secretary of State’s Standards of Modern Zoo Practice' and other legislation, ACOPS, British Standards and Industry Guidance - the purpose is to establish a course that represents best practice for industry


In addition to developing appropriate advanced practical shooting skills, the course's purpose is to provide attendees with :


For Zoo and Safari Parks


An understanding of


  • Responsibility & duty of care of the Zoo or Park in the event of an escape

  • Role of the Police and other emergency services in event of escape


The ability to


  • Assist in the development of  an appropriate DG policy for a Zoo or safari park

  • Assist in the development of an appropriate DG Emergency Action Plan  for a Zoo or safari park

  • Assist in the development of an appropriate risk assessments for a Zoo or safari park

  • Assist in the development of appropriate SSOWs for gun storage, security, maintenance & dealing with an emergency


For Expedition Companies


An understanding of....


  • Responsibility & duty of care of Expedition Organiser for overseas expeditions as required under British Standard 8848

  • Role & responsibilities of the licensed DG rifle holder on expedition


The ability to ....


  • Assist in the development of  an appropriate DG policy for an expedition as required under British Standard 8848

  • Assist in the development of an appropriate DG Emergency Action Plan for an expedition as required under British Standard 8848

  • Assist in the development of an appropriate risk assessments for an expedition as required under British Standard 8848

  • Assist in the development of  an appropriate DG policy for an expedition as required under British Standard 8848

  • Develop appropriate SSOWs for gun storage, security, maintenance & dealing with an emergency

 

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