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British Horse Loggers Charitable Trust

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BRITISH HORSE LOGGERS CHARITABLE TRUST

Patron HRH The Prince of Wales


The British Horse Loggers Charitable Trust (BHLCT) was established in 2006.

The objects are to:

 

Promote and maintain the standards of the craft of Horse Logging for the public benefit.

To advance education and training in the craft of Horse Logging and associated skills.

 

 

The BHL Charitable Trust has established a three-year accredited Apprenticeship Scheme to allow for the recruitment, training and retention of new entrants to the profession. The Apprenticeship Scheme is accredited to Level III by Ascentis (formerly OCNW)

 

Funds are used to support apprentices through their training.

 

Donations are needed to allow us to make commitments to additional apprentices and to ensure the survival and growth of the profession.

 

The Apprenticeship Scheme is now open for applications (subject to funding)

 

The BHLCT invites applications from aspiring horse logging ‘forestry entrepreneurs’. It has an equal opportunities policy. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate prior knowledge and experience.

 

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Further information about becoming an apprentice, supporting the scheme by offering work placements and how to donate is available on:

www.britishhorseloggerscharitabletrust.org

 

Gallery of photos: BHLCT Competitions, Awards and Training

(click on them for a slideshow)

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Horse Loggers' annual competition

BHL Woodland Management Award Apprentice and horse training
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