It might be a New year but training courses and certification requirements have not changed. We have a few spare places on these winter courses and would be delighted if you wanted to join us.
I am sure most of us are cursing the weather – just too wet – but I find I can settle to office work so much better when the outside options are reduced by the weather.
Where do you start with a Chainsaw.
If you can’t find the chainsaw course you are looking for in the list below you can ring us at the office to talk about your requirements. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Late summer means back to school and is the best time of year for training courses. The weather is usually favourable, The days are still long and we don’t disturb the nesting birds with our chainsaws.
We like to give our trainees a good experience as well as a training course and hopefully their Certification.
To work in forestry and arboriculture is very attractive to a great many people, both men and women, but to find work using your chainsaw there is a necessity to have the correct Certificates of Competence in place. These open the doors to employment. Employers looking for new members of the team will find somebody […]
Their latest plan is to do the usual on-farm visits but if they find any health and safety laws have been broken then they will operate a fee for cost recovery, also known as Fee for Intervention (FFI).
Changes in Forestry and Arboriculture are being made to reflect the complete revision of the National Occupational Standards (NOS) in trees and timber.
Do you have the right certificates for the job you do? Leading land based training provider Newlands Training has reminded all arboriculturalists working with chainsaws that they are required to hold certificates of competence before they can work. Newlands Training supplies a range of basic and intermediate chainsaw courses supporting a wide variety of occupations, […]