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Hi all,

 

I am closing on completion of my ABC Level 2 in Arboriculture and will be looking at doing my CS30 (and perhaps the CS45 soon? Is it worth it?). Really just looking to do what I need to do to get into the business right now... These tickets aren't cheap and I'd like them to pay for themselves!

 

I live in Milton Keynes in the Bucks area and would be really interesting in taking some groundsman work in the surrounding areas; and, when I have more tickets on my belt, I'd be happy to travel further for work. 

 

I learn and adapt quickly and I understand the role; but I would need guidance so that would need to be considered. 

 

I come from a Horticulture background and I am looking to expand into Arboriculture, if you have any work (or even just some advice for me) then please get in touch!

 

Happy to simply have a chat if you're in the area. 

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