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Arbadam1995

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  1. Iv not long moved over to arboriculture from farm work. I have worked on farms since leaving agricultural college in 2014 previous to that i studied mechanics after leaving school. in june 2020 i decided to make a change of career and move to arboriculture. after speaking to a local company i decided to make the leap and get the tickets i need to start work. I currently have my CS30, CS31, CS38, CHIPPER, ROLO (need to redo my cscs test as i didnt get my card in time) AND FIRST AID + F. looking into the near future getting the CS39 but would like to get some practice climbing first before i do the CS39. To become a climber is my ultimate goal but understand it takes time to master this skill. With my farming background im able and competent to operate heavy machines such as tractors and loaders (although not ticketed for a loader but that can be sorted). Will work in all weathers and all times of the day to get the work done. Keen to learn and progress in the arboriculture sector. Progression route. As said previous my ultimate goal is to become a climber (CS39) but moving forward from that would like to earn the additional tickets in the sector for example, large fell, rigging, storm blown trees. Then progressing to a lead role. i have every interest to stay at a single company long term to excel at this progression. Heres a few extra bullet points. Adam Poynton 25 14/06/1995 I do drive Have own ppe Have own saw with tools Have a full climbing kit basic but complete 6 years farming Hard working and willingness to learn Confident of the tools including possible repairs to do on the kit. contact number is 07773744308 BASED IN BANBURY, WILLING TO TRAVEL UP TO 40 MILES Thanks adam
  2. like everything in 1 place! im to lazy to keep walking back to the wagon when iv forgotten something :')
  3. Mornign all, hopefully im in the right section regard askign this important question. im new to climbing and the comany i work for have suplied me a climbing kit but with a massive duffel bag. it has far to much excess space in so was looking for a more dedicated arborist kit bag. iv been looking at the courant cross pro XL (54L) , the courant cross rescue bag (75L) and the notch pro access kit bag (60L). obviously they are very different priced bags. i like the fact they open up and everything is easily accesible. what are everyones opinions on these bags and is there anything else you could reccomend. The kit iv got it needs to hold, 2 ropes harness spikes tool strop karabiners lanyard prussiks cambium saver helmet preferably and i think thats it! Thanks for your help, Adam
  4. that'll be great chap. what will it cost me?
  5. banbury chap, sorry should put that on the post. will travel for commercial works though!
  6. Iv not long moved over to arboriculture from farm work. I have worked on farms since leaving agricultural college in 2014 previous to that i studied mechanics after leaving school. in june 2020 i decided to make a change of career and move to arboriculture. after speaking to a local company i decided to make the leap and get the tickets i need to start work. I currently have my CS30, CS31, CS38, CHIPPER, ROLO (need to redo my cscs test as i didnt get my card in time) AND FIRST AID + F. looking into the near future getting the CS39 but would like to get some practice climbing first before i do the CS39. To become a climber is my ultimate goal but understand it takes time to master this skill. With my farming background im able and competent to operate heavy machines such as tractors and loaders (although not ticketed for a loader but that can be sorted). Will work in all weathers and all times of the day to get the work done. Keen to learn and progress in the arboriculture sector. Progression route. As said previous my ultimate goal is to become a climber (CS39) but moving forward from that would like to earn the additional tickets in the sector for example, large fell, rigging, storm blown trees. Then progressing to a lead role. i have every interest to stay at a single company long term to excel at this progression. Heres a few extra bullet points. Adam Poynton 25 14/06/1995 I do drive Have own ppe Have own saw with tools Have a harness but no ropes (used the companies climbing gear didn't like their harness) 6 years farming Hard working and willingness to learn Confident of the tools including possible repairs to do on the kit. contact number is 07773744308 BASED IN BANBURY, WILLING TO TRAVEL UP TO 40 MILES Thanks adam

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