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Booking form
Camel Training Forum
Camel training and handling workshop

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Complete Booking form, submit and we will reply with confirmations and/or the detail you request.

  • The Submit button is located beneath the Assumption of Risk tick-box.
  • If making a payment, please use the information provided in the making a payment section.

Contact detail and preferences

*Client name(s)

*contact phone .. fax .. email

 
Address:
street/post office box ... town ... state
postcode/zip ... country
 
Forum date options: ...................Number in your group:
 

Miscellaneous

   

Next of Kin Detail, someone we can contact if you get hurt (camels are big animals):
 
*Next of Kin name(s) ................... This person is my (please specify, e.g. brother, wife etc.)
*Next of Kin phone . ... Next of Kin mobile


Payment:

  • A 50% deposit is required on booking.
  • All cheques should be made payable to:

    • Philip and Lyn Gee

      and forwarded to:

      PO Box 389
      Port Augusta, 5700
      Australia

  • Please find payment details below in making a payment.
Any questions? Just ask them here

Agreement:
I understand that:
  • Camels are large animals that can frighten or become fearful easily.
  • When frightened or fearful they can be protective of their personal space, become flighty or lash out uncontrollably, damaging infrastructure or becoming dangerous to their trainers and people nearby.
  • I must remove all sharp and protruding objects from the area where the camels will be handled.
  • I must advise Philip Gee, prior to the commencement of training, of any known aggressive or unpleasant behaviours previousy known about or observed in the camels that will be handled.
  • I must advise Philip Gee, prior to the commencement of training, of the known personal history of all camels that are to be handled.

*Please type "YES" in this box to acknowledge you have read and understood the Agreement above


Assumption of Risk:
All clients 18 years and over are required to sign an Assumption of Risk Signature Form. This form is to be completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian for minors.
Please fax me an Assumption of Risk Signature Form ... (tick box)
(My fax number is provided above)

 

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Making a Payment

We only accept payment via Direct Debit or Cheque/Cash

Bank Account details:

Name: Philip and Lyn Gee
BSB: 735065
Account No.: 594687

Please include your name when making a payment. Thank you.

 

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What you will need (detail)

For yourself:

  • A camera is handy
  • Small water bottle (1 litre, with strap) for use in the yard
  • Pocket knife
  • Broad brimmed hat
  • Leather gloves

For your camel training:

  • Strong tie up point (but we can use a tree if we have to)
  • A halter ("Nungar Knots" rope-halter recommended)
  • 7 metres (12mm) Silver or Super Silver rope (to attach to the rope halter, you may already have this setup)
  • 3 metres (12mm) Silver or Super Silver rope (to tie the camel down in seated position)

Remember :

  • Always maintain a safe zone about you and your camel, even when trained
  • Minimise contact with your camel until you learn some simple but essential baseline rules
  • Never vindicate your camels fear of you
  • Eye contact is threatening, use it carefully until your camel has trust in you
  • Carrots or similar make great reward treats
  • Pet dogs are OK if the camels are used to them, otherwise best to keep separated

 

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