AHCPMG304 – Use firearms to humanely destroy animals

Location: 837 Hope Crt, Albury NSW 2640

Ph:  +61 2 6051 7000

ABN:  24 627 263 085

National Provider No:  45947

ATSRT is focused on providing world’s best practice training for the use of firearms to deliver the following scope:
AHCPMG304 – Use firearms to humanely destroy animals.

ATS has 60 years of advanced standing in the firearms industry and our training packages are designed to be delivered on suitably approved shooting facilities. This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to euthanise animals using firearms and techniques appropriate for the type and mobility of the animal. The unit applies to individuals who hold a valid firearms license and work under broad direction and take responsibility for their own work. They use discretion and judgement in the selection, allocation and use of available resources and for solving problems. State or territory licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply in some jurisdiction. Destruction of pest animals must comply with state animal cruelty legislation.
The 1-day training is delivered during a seven-hour period that comprises both theory and practical shooting under realistic workplace conditions by day and night. All instructors are experienced industry professionals and are qualified Cert IV trainers/assessors. For Unit Overview please go to:

1-Day Course

Please refer to our Student Information Pack for more details and fees. Training is conducted in our fully equipped training room with all live-fire assessments conducted on a certified shooting range. The course includes all course materials and ASQA Statement of Attainment.

*For group bookings, personal coaching, rifle hire, ammunition or any and other services please contact our office on 02 6051 7000 or Email: training@ats-t1.com

Bookings will not be made unless a completed enrolment form and payment has been received. Payment can be made via bank deposit, electronic bank transfer, credit card or by cash.

Under the National VET Regulator Act 2011, Standards 2015, A statement of attainment will be issued 30 calendar days upon successful completion of the course providing all outstanding fees have been paid.

Schedule of Courses – 1 Day –

Course details TBD