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Check out the AA's leaflet on qualifications - http://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/files/5d/5d1f7bb0-68d0-4164-a65c-89e026ec71d7.pdf

 

The last page of the leaflet has a column for level 7-8. I'd talk to Myerscough to see how they can help.

 

What work do you want to? This would determine appropriate courses.

 

 

Thanks

 

Consultancy is most of my work. Just wondering whether other l6 went on to further qualifications .

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Consultancy is most of my work. Just wondering whether other l6 went on to further qualifications .

 

Possibly an MSc with Myerscough or other CFE but many start to diversify and maybe do, for instance, an expert witness course, or progress to ICF or AA Reg. Consultant.

 

A few options to think about.

 

Cheers,

Paul

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