Our one-day mole-catching course is accredited and certificated by UK Rural Skills and at only £125.00 [no vat] continues to reflect the Guild’s non-profit making attitude and support towards those that want to learn traditional mole control!
UK Rural Skills runs more courses and is used and recognised by the Pest control industry in general.
Traditional Mole Control is a Heritage skill-practiced by dedicated molecatchers long before the inception of the pest controller .
Many training providers will offer a modern interpretation of the way of the old molecatcher in a way that is groomed to modern practices. Heritage skills are traditional crafts that should not be changed for any reason or circumstance to comply with trends to modern ways.
The Guild of British Molecatchers is extremely fortunate to have secured the services of the UK's leading authority on mole catching to provide the best available, comprehensive, and affordable instruction in traditional mole control. You may have read Jeff’s Books, seen him on TV, or heard him on the Radio, opening the mysterious world beneath our feet to all. So why not come and spend a day with Jeff and learn from him yourself in an educational and entertaining experience that only Jeff can provide.
Course fee: £125.00 including Lunch and refreshments and fully recognised UK Rural Skills certification & BASIS CPD points awarded.
The venue chosen by the Guild is perfect for a relaxed environment to learn this fascinating craft and once again Cantley House Hotel have shown support towards the work of the Guild by maintaining their best possible cost for all they provide, allowing the Guild to offer the best possible teaching at the best possible price. The venue caters for all your needs offering;
We are the only mole catching organisation working collectively to promote time-honoured methods of mole control alongside promoting welfare of the mole to ensure the future of this traditional craft.
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The Guild of British Molecatchers is intent on establishing and maintaining a recognised standard for traditional mole control in Britain. The Guilds training course in traditional mole catching skills is open to non-members and members alike.
The relaxation continues into the classroom for a home from home feeling as you absorb the information making the whole experience one to remember
The day is divided into both theoretical and practical sessions.
A beautiful Victorian Country House Hotel, set in acres of Berkshire parkland, formerly the home of the Marquis of Ormonde, is the venue for the Guild of British Molecatchers training courses.
The hotel is in central Berkshire (junction 10 of the M4) with easy access from all major road networks including the M25, M3 and M40.
Rooms at the Cantley House Hotel go fast but other amenities are within a few minutes from this training venue
Cantley House Hotel offers special weekend deals so why not make your learning a short break. Enjoy the luxury that the hotel provides and stay over for the weekend.
Dining at Cantley House Hotel is a unique experience; from the delicious cuisine and warm surroundings of the converted stable barn to the quirky, modern decor and relaxed atmosphere of the Vault Bar.
Bracknell has two Premier Inns- The Twin Bridges which attendees traveling from M3 will drive past on route and the Bracknell Central -look on the Premier Inn web site for locations and prices- new premier Inn in Wokingham now open
Those arriving via the M4 may wish to consider the travel Lodge, London Road ,Binfield- Tel :- 08719 846015 or the Hilton St Annes Manor Hotel Tel:- 01189 772526 both these are also just a few minutes from the training venue.
All these venues have web site access to booking and facilities available.
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