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Welcome to 2013 – we got there eventually and I am looking forward to a new Era. I am not sure what to expect, the Ancient Mayan Civilisation weren’t expecting us to still be here so this really is a chance to look at what we are doing in the future. I can happily say that I am planning “more of the same” as we seem to have a thriving list of Clients who regularly return to us and who we would like to thank for their continued custom and looking forward to just simply “continuing” with you.
I have recently written a Blog on our website about the winter months being ideal for chainsaw courses as we do not disturb the nesting birds. Recent wet weather has rather put a damper on that idea but bravely we continued with courses and I am pleased to say nothing had to be cancelled. Well done to our wet and weary but very happy trainees. Overhead Power Lines are a problem on felling sites and another December Blog mentions the bare minimum you need to know. Our Lantra Awards Certificated Basic and Professional Tree Inspection Courses are increasing in popularity and I wonder if the debate on the Radio 2 Jeremy Vine Show has caused some concern about the hidden dangers (decay) of some of our trees. An early December Blog looks at Lone Workers and some basic thoughts about that.
January Courses 2013
First Aid at Work Courses
Tractor, Trailer and Foreloader Driving
Brushcutters and Strimmers
Telescopic Handler Training
Arboriculture: NPTC Tree Climbing and Aerial rescue
February Courses 2013
First Aid at Work Courses
Forestry: NPTC Chainsaw felling trees over 380mm and under 760mm diameter
Basic Tree Inspection course with Lantra Awards Certification
Pesticide Application PA1 & PA6aw – NPTC Certification
Arboriculture – Tree Climbing and Aerial rescue
Arboriculture – Operate Chainsaw from Rope and Harness
Professional Tree Inspection course with Lantra Awards Certification
Chainsaw maintenance, cross cutting & felling trees over 380mm and under 760mm diameter

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