The Blackford Centre will be launching its newest home-study course on Saturday April 1st: 'Lion Taming for Pleasure and Profit'.
The home-study organisation says this job the perfect antidote to boring 9 to 5 work. Every day will be adventure filled.
Kit Sadgrove, CEO, says the course will answer all the questions people ask, such as:
- How much do lions cost?
- Where are the best lions to be found?
- How do I transport my lion if I drive a small car such as a Mini?
The course is available on the company's website at www.inst.org/lion-taming-course as from Saturday 1st April.
Are lions hard to tame? "Contrary to popular opinion," says Kit Sadgrove, "lions are easy to tame, once they're used to you. That's why we recommend you should spend at least four hours a day alone with them in their cage."
Are lion tamers in big demand? Yes, says The Blackford Centre, because nothing beats the excitement of seeing the tamer face-to-face with a lion, armed with nothing more than a stool and a sparkly jacket.
And with many of the previous lion tamers no longer offering their services, for one reason or another, there's a gap in the market.
Is it dangerous? The company says that crossing the road is dangerous and most people survive. And so it is with lion taming. But to be on the safe side, the course includes a free first aid kit, containing plasters and bandages. And The Blackford Centre recommends you keep the phone number of your local ambulance service handy.
Asked whether a tutor will be on hand to help the student practise, Kit Sadgrove said: "Yes, the tutor will be available at the end of a phone line."
The company claims that, armed with the knowledge its home study course gives you, you'll be able to confidently step into the ring, crack your whip, and get your lion to perform amazing tricks.
You'll learn invaluable skills, such as psychological mind control. And how to run faster than your lion.
Lions actually enjoy jumping through hoops and balancing on one leg, claims the company. Out in the veld, they get bored chasing hyenas and sleeping under the stars. What would they give for three square meals a day and a soft straw bed! Plus they get to entertain humans twice a day.
"If the thought of becoming a lion tamer sounds attractive, register today," says Kit Sadgrove. "Set out on this exciting new career and you won't look back (NB Never turn your back on a lion)."
For press information call Kit Sadgrove on +44 (0)7960 422 676 or +44 (0)1373 837 464
For over 20 years the Blackford Centre has been helping people in 80 countries to transform their life by gaining a new career and acquiring new skills. The company's website is at www.inst.org
Lion Taming Africa edition: http://studyonline.co.za/lion-taming-course
Lion Taming India edition: http://studycoursesonline.in/lion-taming-course/
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of The Blackford Centre, on Wednesday 15 March, 2017. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/