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Individual and Multiple Windblown Trees Course (CS34/35)

Industry Short Courses

This qualification is about the severing of root-plates from windblown or individual uprooted trees using a chainsaw. The trees will not be in a position that requires assistance from Emergency services of Utility companies. Winches or other appropriate machinery may also be used for restraint of trees with side tension or where the stem is likely to roll. Following successful completion, attendees can go onto study other related forestry and arboriculture courses.

Course Duration:

Part Time

2 days training, plus 1 day assessment

Campus

Hadlow Campus

Course Cost

£555

Entry Requirements:

Chainsaw & PPE required. This is available to hire at an additional cost of £80.00 approx. CS30, CS31 & CS32.

Start Dates

Course organised based on demand. (Hadlow)

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Please note that all programme specifications and course modules are subject to annual change.

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