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    Hopefully someone might be able to help me im looking into finding out about working in new Zealand on a game preserve
    i have the following qualification's and would be grateful to any one who can send me information
    kind regards
    Gareth
    City and guilds level 1 and 2 in gamekeeping and water management.
    •Chain saw qualified
    •Qualified weed control
    •Security and patrolling
    •Team medic
    •search skilled (house, person, vehicle and all other)
    •Rigger/Marshaller (loading underslungs to helicopters)
    •Qualified tracked vehicle driving instructor.

    •Qualified General service driving instructor

    •Qualified specialist vehicle instructor
    •Qualified vehicle fleet manager
    •Wheeled vehicle maintenance inspector
    •Fork lift driver/operator
    •Computer literate able to preduce power point presentations aswell as excel spreadsheets and all other office applications
    The above qualifications allow me to teach both the mechanical side and driving side from both theory and practical teaching of a various amount of vehicles ranging from armoured tracked vehicles, land rover through to 9 tonne lorry and also specialist vehicles such as vehicle heavy laden with full armour.
    •Qualified in ACQB (advanced close quarter battle), house clearance
    •Radio operator (telecommunications)
    •Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) checked and valid till 2014
    Personal Skills
    After serving with the British Army now for 15 years I have gained a number of useful skills always smartly presented and always very punctual, I am able to communicate greatly to others, and organise persons under my command to a high standard.
    Within the army I have completed and passed many courses to become a instructor, this is a qualification know and (DIT) Defence instructional technique this is used to bring the army teaching method in line with civilian teaching methods, to that end I have no problems with standing and teaching to large number whether this be theory or practical lessons.
    Always with a willingness to learn more skills.

    EDUCATION
    1984-1989
    Axminster secondary school
    Maths grade C
    English grade B
    1989-1991
    College: Rural pursuit’s college LVL 1 and 2 in Gamekeeping and water management

    EMPLOYMENT
    1991-1996
    Full time employment on Chargot Sporting Estate as a Gamekeeper
    1996-1998
    Spent 2 years traveling and working overseas
    1998-present
    Infantry soldier British Army
    KEY ACHEIVEMENTS
    Completed 2 x 6 month tours of Northern Ireland
    Completed 1 x 2 year tour of Northern Ireland
    Completed 2 x 6 month tours of Iraq
    6 months in Iraq attached to United Kingdom Special Forces (sas)
    Achieved a pass on a Jnco course making me a team leader in charge of up to 8 men
    Award a medal for long service good conduct this meaning for 15 years service i have a clean unblemished military record
    PERSONAL INTERESTS

    Outside of work some of my interest involves hunting shooting and fly fishing, I like to read and spend time with my family, very keen deerstalker

  2. #2
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    Dec 2011
    Location
    Hawkes Bay
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    Hi gareth, pm me your email address and i will give you the info you require.
    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

  3. #3
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    Tokoroa
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    Hi Gamekeeper39. Your CV indicates you are far too qualified to become a hunter or gamekeeper in NZ.
    The NZ public think we hunters are uneducated knuckle draggers.
    Welcome aboard. LOL.

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    never to qualified for hunting you learn every single time and outing as im sure you will all agree no hunt is ever the same ever

 

 

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