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

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

Who should attend?
This course is designed for Professional Users and is typically for people who are seeking contractual work in professional forestry, amenity or utility arboriculture. This unit is required before undertaking CS39 (using a chainsaw from a rope and harness)

What will you learn?
• Climb a tree with rope and harness- branch walk.
• Inspection of equipment – LOLER 98.
• Rescue a casualty from a tree.
• Achieve a safe work position in a tree and use a hand saw to cut small branches.

This training is in preparation for NPTC testing and assessment CS38 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

5 days.

£525 per person plus NPTC registration and test fees £152.

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