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NPTC City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Felling and ProcessingTrees Over 380mm (CS32)

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?

Identify the Risk Assessment and Emergency procedures on a work site.
Select equipment required for safe and effective felling.
Fell medium sized trees safely and accurately using an appropriate method Sned and / or de-limb medium sized trees.
Crosscut stems over guide bar length in diameter to a given specification.
Select winching equipment suitable for takedown of a medium sized tree.
Take down a hung-up medium sized tree with a winch

This training is in preparation for NPTC Integrated training and assessment (CS32). Assessment takes place on the final day of training.

Course venue:

At our place.

Course duration:

3 days.

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

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