reptile handler courses.

Handling venomous reptiles is not what everyone wants to do. As it happens, that is not a bad thing, because if too many people did handle venomous snakes, then there would be a lot more bites and fatalities. Notwithstanding this, there is a demand for people to handle venomous reptiles at various times. Included here are times when snakes need to be removed form buildings, where members of the public may be at risk, work places, such as mining camps and a whole range of other situations. Hence the need for snake handlers and people to do snake catching courses.
The snake man, Ray Hoser has been teaching others how to handle venomous snakes for more than fourty years and with an unmatched perfect safety record, it is no surprise that he is the most frequently demanded teacher of snake catcher courses anywhere in Australia, if not the world. Ray Hoser has trained people in all parts of Australia, including New South Wales, Melbourne and Victoria, Queensland, ACT, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and places overseas such as the United States of America, the UK and Africa. Ray Hoser's graduates now work in all parts of the globe, including Madagascar, Mine sites in several continents, Papua New Guinea, Irian Jaya, other parts of Indonesia and many other places in south-east Asia. The snake handler courses he teaches are tailored to the needs of the students and are usually completed in a single day. Subject matter includes safety protocols, animal welfare, safe handling and of course identification of reptiles from all places. Extended courses may include advanced reptile husbandry and keeping and legal requirements if needed in a particular jurisdiction, such as Australia, where wildlife laws are insanely complex and used to protect government-run businesses at the expense of others, excluding of course the corruptly protected few. Taught at a snake catching course are things such as finding, catching and relocating snakes, including if the snake has fled by the time the snake handler has arrived on site. Graduates with a Hoser issued certificate have a distinctive edge over those who have done courses taught by less well known reptile handlers with relatively limited expertise. Zoos and others who need staff trained in snake handling give preference to those with Hoser issued certificates as they know they have been taught properly and by a globally recognized expert.