Hunter industry training is growing rapidly in Australia.
But how to do it properly?
Read moreA new guide from Australian Hunters International (AHI) has put the industry in a new light and gives an insight into what hunters are looking for in training, what they want from trainers, and how to make it happen.
The guide is published on the AHI website, and can be downloaded for free.
Hunter Industry Training GuideA guide to Hunter industry trainingsA guide that outlines the steps required to become an industry trainerThe guide also explains some of the common questions and concerns hunters may have, and the steps that trainers are expected to take to ensure that the Hunter industry is aligned with the AHIs own training standards.
Read moreHunter Industry Trainings: The BasicsThe guide will give a more in-depth look at some of these topics and will help hunters gain more confidence in their Hunter Industry Training experience.
“There is a lot of excitement around the Hunter Industry and we want to make sure that everyone understands what is expected of them as a trainer, and that the training is relevant to the Hunter Industries training standards,” Hunter Industry trainer and trainer manager Rob Hutton said.
“We are going to be covering everything from the basics to the meaty stuff, and then we’re also going to cover how to prepare the trainers to be able to train in the industry.”
The guide goes into a lot more detail, but the basics are there.
“If you’re interested in the Hunter Training Industry, you’ll want to read this guide to get a clear understanding of what is required to be a trainer and how the Hunter training standards apply,” Hutton added.
Hutton said the guide also includes some resources to help trainers prepare for the Hunter’s Hunter Industry training, which he said is critical.
“Hunter trainers are responsible for ensuring that their training is tailored to the specific needs of the Hunter industries training standards and training environment,” he said.
Hughton said Hunter Industry trainers will be asked to ensure they understand the Hunter trainings training standards, which will be a key part of the process.
“The Hunter Training Standards include many requirements to ensure trainers are ready for training in the Industry and are up-to-date on current training standards with regard to the industry,” he explained.HUGHTON: Training for the IndustryThe guide is also available for download on the Australian Hunters website, where it is currently available for free download.HUNT: Hunter Industry trainings are essentialHutton says that the aim of the guide is to provide trainers with the best training to ensure the Hunter Trainers Industry is aligned.
“This is going to help hunters train in their industry in the best way possible, so they can become the best Hunters Industry trainers they can be, and so that we can achieve the goal of Hunter Industry Certification,” he continued.
The guide explains how Hunter Industry Trainers are expected at all levels to train properly.
“You will be expected to: train in a Hunter Industry standard and be able use a Hunter standard-sized pack, including both the Hunter and the Wild, as well as a hunting pack and an equipment pack,” it says.
The first thing you need to know is that there are a few different types of Hunter standard sizes.
They are: Hunter standard: 2.5kg (5.3lb) – This is the standard size for a standard pack, with 1.5 litres of water per 100 grams of food.
This is also the standard that the industry has been using for some time.
Hunter pack: 3.5 litre (12.4oz) – this is the size of a Hunter Standard pack.
Hunter gear: 4.0 litre or 15.0oz (38.6oz) (which is the most common size for an equipment and pack pack) – these are the standard sizes for gear and packs, which are made up of a large piece of equipment and a smaller piece of gear.
This includes the Hunter Standard and a large chunk of equipment, as shown below.HUTTON: The Hunter industry standards are evolvingHunter standards are also changing in the hunt.
They have been developed to accommodate the current growth in the hunting industry.
“It’s not a new standard but it is a very exciting new standard that has come into effect and it’s going to continue to evolve,” Huttons said.
“We’re going to have a lot in common with the industry and the Hunter standards and we will all work together to ensure our standards are compatible.”HUTTSON: The hunting industry has changedHunter standards have also been evolving.
They will continue to grow and evolve, with new standards expected to be released in the coming years.
“Hunter standards will be constantly changing,” he added.
“These changes are designed to make Hunter standards more flexible and easier to use and we’ll be keeping an eye on these standards and keeping an open mind to where they’re going.”
So, hunters will need to be prepared for new training standards