Mole Control Training Course

Learn traditional molecatching skills

Our one day molecatching course remains only £90.00 - second to none for value, why pay more?

  • The course is endorsed and supported by Pest-Stop Systems Ltd.
  • Those registered with BASIS Registration Ltd Prompt scheme for continued professional development earn 10 points by attending a Guild training course.
  • The course is designed and taught by the UK’s leading authority on mole catching – Jeff Nicholls. He offers trainees the best possible opportunity to understand all aspects of the use of mole traps.
  • Guild members attain level 2 status on attendance

The Guild of British Molecatchers - Setting the standard for mole control in Britain

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.

Next course date: 2015

Course fee: £90.00 per person (including lunch and refreshments)

Why such a good price?

Because the Guild is a non profit making organisation run by molecatchers for molecatchers, why pay more to learn?

 The venue chosen by the Guild is perfect for a relaxed environment to learn this fasinating 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.

We are the only mole catching organisation working collectively to promote time honoured methods of mole control alongside welfare of the mole to ensure the future of this traditional craft.

To book or for further information, please email training@guildofbritishmolecatchers.co.uk

The Guild of British Molecatchers is intent on establishing and maintaining a recognised standard for traditional mole control in Britain. The Guild’s training course in traditional molecatching skills is open to non members and members alike and is supported and endorsed by leaders in the pest control and mole trap supply industries.

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The Benefits:

  • The course is designed and taught by the UK’s leading authority on mole catching – Jeff Nicholls. He offers trainees the best possible opportunity to understand all aspects of the use of mole traps.
  • The course is endorsed by and supported by Pest-Stop Systems Ltd.
  • Those registered with BASIS Registration Ltd Prompt scheme for continued professional development earn 10 points by attending a Guild training course.
  • Successful completion of the course is accepted as a level 2 (intermediate) pass by the Guild’s Accreditation Academy.
  • The course is available to individuals and groups.
  • Course numbers: Not less than 6, not more than 9.
  • The location has been chosen to provide a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Practical opportunities are just a door away making the whole experience stress free.
  • The venue staff provide excellent service to make the day a memorable one.

Here you can see for yourself the tranquill setting for our training course, a relaxing location that is perfect for a countryside course

This beautiful Victorian Country House is the setting for the Guild of British Molecatchers training courses. Set in acres of Berkshire Parkland, it was formerly the home of the Marquis of Ormonde

The Guild's training venue The Guild's training venue

And 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 One Day Course

The day is divided into both theoretical and practical sessions.

  • Welcoming refreshments await your arrival at the venue, a country house hotel set in idyllic grounds, where you will receive instruction in all aspects of mole control.
  • In the morning session, a wealth of knowledge is clearly imparted and explained with the aim of making you conversant with best practice in the control of the “little man in black”.
  • A morning coffee break provides an opportunity for a short interruption in the demands of assimilating the detailed content of the morning session.
  • Use of earth implements is covered before you enjoy lunch (restaurant or a buffet). Special dietary requirements can be catered for
  • After lunch (and time to relax), venturing into the venue’s acres of grounds offers an opportunity for you to make practical use of the instruction received during the morning session.
  • The afternoon session is interrupted by a short break for a cup of tea and some cake and concludes with a chance to ask questions to the UK’s leading authority on mole catching.

The Course Venue

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.

The hotel offers accommodation discounts to those attending the Guild’s molecatching course so why not bring a partner and enjoy a weekend break at the very same time. Venue within easy reach of other attractions such as Windsor, Legoland, and of course central London.