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COURSES AVAILABLE

Maintenance and Safe Operation of Chainsaws, Crosscutting & Felling Small Trees (NPTC units 30 and 31) Link

Tree Climbing and Perform Aerial Tree Rescue course in preparation for NPTC CS38 Link

Operate the Chain Saw From a Rope and Harness course in preparation for NPTC CS39 Link

Felling Medium/Large Trees NPTC CS32 and CS33 Link

Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross Cutting Link
Chainsaw Basic Felling Techniques Link
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross cutting and Basic Felling Techniques Link
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Felling Trees Over 380mm

Who should attend?
This course is for professional users who have a need to fell trees over 380mm in diameter and who have already completed NPTC CS30 and CS31.

What will you learn?
• Maintenance recap.
• Felling trees between 1, 1.5 and 2 x guide bar length including a demonstration and practice.
• De-limbing including breakdown of large hardwood crowns.
• Take down including use of hand winches.
• Cross cutting up to 2 x guide bar length.

Certification
This training is in preparation for NPTC testing and assessment and typically testing is arranged 1-2 weeks following training.

If trainees do not wish to proceed through to testing a LANTRA certificate of attendance is issued following the completion of the training.

Course venue:

At our place.

Course duration:

3 days.


Price:
£350 per person plus NPTC registration and assessment fees £185.

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