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am looking to go to either Sweeden or Norway to do tree work. If anyone has any contacts of any good firms out there, i would be extremely grateful (sorry if this has been asked before)

many thanks charlie:001_smile:

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am looking to go to either Sweeden or Norway to do tree work. If anyone has any contacts of any good firms out there, i would be extremely grateful (sorry if this has been asked before)

many thanks charlie:001_smile:

 

id PM josh

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You should give some more information Charlie, right now the first thing i am thinking is ' how good are you?' and 'what can you do?' i dont live in either of these 2 places but i am an employer. First impressions are lasting, do you have tickets, what are they? How experienced are you? Do you drive, smoke, work well in a team. Sell yourself mate and good luck:thumbup1:

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I already feel guilty. Couldn't resist mate. I'm sure you'll get the advice you want on here soon . :001_smile:

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Check arbjobs, there are some on there. Also, tradmasarna are hiring I think, but you do need to be competent, its mainly deadwooding large oaks ALL DAY, and felling pines. And it gets fricking cold in winter so be prepared.

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Of the two, Norway might be best for you mate, as you can already spell it:thumbup1:

:lol::lol:

 

brilliant..:thumbup:

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yeh might help if i could spell it!! oopps. Was mainly just seeing if anyone on here had worked over there and could point me in the right direction. But my experience to date is 5 yrs as a climber, hold cs 30 cs 31 cs 38/39, Nd in Forestry/arboriculture, Technichian certificate in arboriculture...

once again many thanks charlie

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Check arbjobs, there are some on there. Also, tradmasarna are hiring I think, but you do need to be competent, its mainly deadwooding large oaks ALL DAY, and felling pines. And it gets fricking cold in winter so be prepared.

 

That sounds alright, where abouts are these tradmasarna folk you speak of?

I'm not looking to leave the UK right now, but will be wanting to move to Norway next summer, as I'm kinda from there. Know no tree people there though, so will take notes from this thread ;)

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