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Arran Turner

Climber wanting abroad work

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Im just about to finish college and am looking at all options in tree work/ would love to work abroad.

 

Dont want this to sound to cheesy like im trying too hard to sell myself.

18 years old, really hard working. Harder the better like to think that everythings a challenge and I want to be fastest.

 

Just about to finish my extended national diploma in horticulture

I already have

cs 30 31 38 39

lantra woodchipper

lantra basic tree surveying

emergency first aid.

 

I dont know if there is a "market" for young climbers like myself but I will never know if I dont ask :thumbup:

 

Want to progress and see the world

If anyone is interested you can call me on 07590 376 934 or email me on amtcare@mail.com

 

Or which im sure the case will be can anyone give me advise in what way to turn or anything at all. Im all ears :biggrin:

 

Thanks for your time

 

Arran Turner

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Good luck mate, keep an eye on the arb employment websites. I know guys in australia, sweden and norway,i can ask them if it's ok to put you in touch if that's any help to you?

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Good luck mate, keep an eye on the arb employment websites. I know guys in australia, sweden and norway,i can ask them if it's ok to put you in touch if that's any help to you?

 

Yes please would be really helpful

 

Thanks for your time, much appriceated :thumbup:

 

Arran

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Yes please would be really helpful

 

Thanks for your time, much appriceated :thumbup:

 

Arran

 

Give me a few days to get hold of people and I'll see what I can do. If I don't let you know, remind me,i have a terrible memory!:thumbup:

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Arran

 

good on you, for a young man who at 18 has got the quals you have and is willing to work hard, I salute you - wish there were more people in this coutry with your work ethic.

Hope it goes well mate.

 

Chris

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Good luck :001_smile: Quite a few companies want you to have 5 years experiance... some may not though so keep trying!

 

I may look into doing a working abroad trip at somepoint :001_smile:

 

All the best :thumbup1:

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