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Hi all, I just wanted to get some advice on how I can take my arb education forward a bit.


I've been in the industry for just over 2 years now, I have a level 3 Btec diploma in forestry and arb and 8 nptc's.


I'm really interested in woodland, conservation and ecological issues and I'd like to find some way to combine academic knowledge with practical skills.


If anyone has any ideas about what track I can go down I'm open to any suggestions. Short courses, placements, online quals or day courses, anything else you can think of. Also, If there's a way I can carry on climbing and study that would be perfect.





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