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Hi everyone 

Can anyone help,


I have done my LANTRA Chainsaw Maintenance and Crosscutting Course last year and I am wanting to do some additional learning and reading before looking to book onto a course and get some more hours under my belt, I have contacted LANTRA to see if they have the following books available but said I can only get them on a course - these wouldn't be used as training and I wouldnt do anything i'm not trained and competent to carry out, does anyone have any of the following books 


  • Felling Small Trees up to 380mm (NPTC Unit 202 (CS31))
  • Felling & Processing of Medium Trees over 380mm and up to 760mm (NPTC Unit 304 (CS32))


  • Severing Uprooted or Windblown Trees Using a Chainsaw (NPTC Unit 302 (CS34/35))
  • Sever Uprooted or Windblown Trees using a Chainsaw (Multiple)
  • Sever Uprooted or Windblown Trees using a Chainsaw (Individual)
  • Certificate of Competence in Individual Windblown Trees
  • Certificate of Competence in Dealing with Interwoven Stems and Part Blown Trees


  • Emergency Treework Operations


Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks :D  




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19 hours ago, adw said:

I have a few of these left over from my chainsaw training days.




I have sent you a message on here, first week using this site so hope you got the message ok and thanks for replying :)

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