Treble Bob Hunt has all the bells dodging in 1/2 up, 3/4 up, 5/6 up, lie behind in 6ths place, 5/6 down, 3/4 down, 1/2 down, lead. It is false (every change is repeated) but a great training tool. It is also short.
The treble continuously makes seconds and leads. All the other bells treble bob in 3/4 and 5/6 but when they get to the front they just lead – no dodging in either 1/2 up or down. Note the dodges in 3/4 and 5/6 happen when the treble makes its second blows in seconds place. Maintain whatever pattern you are in through the parallel/scissors dodges when both hands are treble bobbing but note you will change your pattern when one bell leads (under the treble) and the other bell dodges.
Forward is a principle in which all the bells ring the same work including the treble. The work consists of treble bobbing in 1/2 and 5/6 with Kent places up and down in 3/4. The places are made back/hand with the two blows in fourths are over the same bell. It has plain hunt coursing order so the ropesight will be familiar. It provides a stepping stone to build up towards Kent Treble Bob Minor.