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About Birchwoodmatt91

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  1. The college I'm going to offer courses for it at additional cost so will probably end up doing it through them. Another reason I'm going down the college route is for connections. The lecturers have a vast network of employers to help me for the future
  2. Thanks for the reply. Yes I thought about doing it that route of just acquiring tickets but I like the accountability of structured learning. Far more productive doing it in a learning environment. I'm just planning on doing 1 year and acquiring tickets throughout so the first one would be chainsaw. Have been working on tree identification for a good few months now on my own too. Do you know if you can get any jobs just with the chainsaw ticket?
  3. Hi everyone, I am new to the site and new to the world of Arbioculture as I'm changing career from personal training but excited to learn and work in a great industry. I am from Inverness, Scotland. I will be going to college in September doing an hnc in arbioculture but want to know what relevant tickets I will have to get to work in the industry at any level and gain experience while I learn. Would appreciate any advice. Thank you, Matt


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