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Oct 3, 2014

Venomous Reptile Management Course

New Venomous Reptile Management Course to be run by ZSL! 

Staff from ZSL London's reptile department are offering a new 2-day course on venomous reptile management for 2015.  

Topics will include:

•Venomous reptile collection planning.
•Facilities & housing for venomous reptiles.
•Handling venomous reptiles (theory & practical).
•Venomous reptile working protocol.
•Bite protocol and en-venomation first aid.
•Anti-venom management.

The course can be tailored to specific requirements, and costs £350 for BIAZA members and £400 for non-members.

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For bookings please contact:  iri.gill@zsl.org 

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