SEYMOUR OUT BUSH
Remote area community development, training, mentoring, environmental management, feral animal control and specialist training in natural disaster response. Indigenous community engagement.
ABOUT Remote Area Training, Mentoring and Feral Animal Control"
Seymour Out Bush
Remote Area Community Development
A small, hard-working business based in Cairns, Far North Queensland. Established in 2012, we hit the ground running with our direct approach to finding success for clients. Training through a accredited RTO mentoring and project development from small to large scale solutions. Field capabilities and equipment.
Founder and Principal
The 15 years of working throughout Cape York, Gulf and Torres Strait has provided Shaun Seymour with many and varied opportunities for successful remote area community development. SOB can arrange training through a accredited RTO, qualifications include AHC30421 Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management ; TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment; Remote area First Aid. Licences for boats, firearms and vehicles. Experienced in aerial feral animal control. Shaun is fully CASA and Nationally Accredited in all firearms and feral animal Certificates.
Past & Present Places of Work
Shaun Seymour has developed and implemented projects such as; pest management, ranger development, mentoring, delivering training through a accredited RTO training in Certificates I, II and III in CALM, environmental projects, feral animal control, film location negotiations, contract negotiations,natural disaster response training in the following areas: Carpentaria Land Council (Burketown, Mornington Island and Domadgee), Cook Shire, Torres Shire, Boigu Island, Darnley (Erub) Island, Gangalidda and Garawa (CLC), Iama (Yam Is), Normanton Land and Sea, Masig (Yorke Is), Poruma (Coconut Is), Warraber (Sue Is), Mer Island, Hammond Is, Muralug (Prince of Wales Is), Ngurupai (Horn Is), Thursday Island, Cape Melville National Park, Lakefield N.P, Iron Range National Park, Annan-Endeavour Catchment Group, Hopevale Council and Land and Sea Rangers, Aurukun Aboriginal Community, APN Aurukun, Lakefield, Gungarde, Kowanyama, Lockhart River, Ang-Gnarra Community, Wujal-Wujal Community, Pormpuraaw land and sea Rangers, Mapoon Land and Sea Rangers, Chuulangun Aboriginal Corporation, Napranum Land and Sea Rangers, Northern Peninsula Area Land and Sea Rangers, Western Cape Collage Ranger Cadet Program, Federal government bodies, Cambodia and PNG
Winner 2007 Natural Resources and Water Excellence Awards Business area Excellence award
Commendation for Cyclone Larry 2007
Water and Catchment Division Reward and Recognition Award, Winner in Innovative achievements 2008Excellence awards 2009, Engaging and serving communities
Premiers Awards 2009 for excellence in Public service delivery, Green Highly Commended Department of Environment and Resource ManagementRobert Fenwick award winners 2009
“Over the past two years Shaun has been working with Western Cape College assisting with the training delivery of the Certificate I and II in Conservation and Land Management. Shaun impressed me with his ability to quickly develop a working relationship with indigenous youth from remote communities. Shaun also has the ability to change his training delivery and style to suit students with differing levels of literacy and numeracy. I look forward to Shaun working with our students again in the near future".
Emma-Lee Bradford Head VET & Employment Western Cape College, Weipa
"Remote Area Training, Mentoring and Feral Animal Control"