Due to the outbreak of COVID 19 and government guidance BASC took the decision to postpone all training courses scheduled up until the end of June 2020. With the restrictions starting to be lifted in different areas of the UK at different rates, we expect courses to start going ahead from the 9th July in England and at later dates in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. All courses will be reviewed on a daily basis and be led by government advice. I would like to thank all our future course participants for being understanding during this difficult period. If your course was postponed or is going to be postponed you will be contacted by a member of staff. The list of current courses are published on the BASC website and are open to booking subject to further government guidance.
Location: The Cohannon Inn
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Building on the success of our 2018 event, BASC and BDS NI have joined forces once again to hold another Talking Stalking evening. The event will take place on the evening of Thursday the 6 June in the Cohannon Inn, Dungannon from 7pm.
DAERA veterinary officer and Keith Dalzell will be in attendance to talk about zoonotic and epizootic diseases.
The PSNI’s Wildlife Liaison Officer, Emma Meredith will also be in attendance to talk about wildlife crime and the PSNI’s partnership approach to eradicate deer poaching.
Dr Siobhan Porter from the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) will be there to discuss the research project being carried out by AFBI into bovine TB prevalence in wild deer in NI.
Environmental Health officer and BDS member Adrian Fitzsimmons, will give a presentation on E.coli 0157 and contamination in deer carcasses.
The event is open to BASC and BDS NI members and costs just £10. Places must be booked in advance.
To book your place, please call the office on 028 92 60 50 50 or email us using email@example.com