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Basic Tree Survey & Inspection

  • O

    Level
    Other

  • Duration
    1 day

  • Start Date
    Multiple - see below

  • Venue
    Easton College

  • Course Code
    H0428

Start Dates

  • Tuesday 29th June 2021, Part Time
  • Thursday 7th October 2021, Part Time

Summary

Our one day tree survey and inspection course will enable you to identify hazardous trees, determine the level of risk, and decide on an appropriate course of action.

This Lantra accredited course is suitable for a wide range of people, whether you are employed as a local authority highway inspector, or work in the forestry, woodland, or arboriculture sector.
The course will cover the following:

  • State the legal and safety implications of hazardous trees
  • Maintain your own health and safety while carrying out a basic tree survey and inspection
  • Recognise hazardous trees
  • Determine level of risk
  • Decide on an appropriate course of action
  • Collect and maintain adequate information

Although this course is mostly classroom based, you will be expected to be able to look at a range of trees outside.
This is a 1 day course

Why Our College?

A major industry

Over 22,000 people work in this £8.5bn industry.

Gain specialist skills

Gain the specialist technical skills required to work in the industry.

Be your own boss!

44% of the workforce is self employed.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, you'll be able to:

State the legal and safety implications of hazardous trees
Maintain your own health and safety while carrying out a basic tree survey and inspection
Recognise hazardous trees
Determine level of risk
Decide on an appropriate course of action
Collect and maintain adequate information

Fees

Tuesday 29th June 2021, Part Time

£220

Thursday 7th October 2021, Part Time

£220.00

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This item has sold out. Please contact leisurecourses@ccn.ac.uk for more information.

Why Our College?

A major industry

Over 22,000 people work in this £8.5bn industry.

Gain specialist skills

Gain the specialist technical skills required to work in the industry.

Be your own boss!

44% of the workforce is self employed.

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