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  1. Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Hi everyone, i'm Jack the New Marketing Assistant, any questions feel free to give me a shout Technical Guide 1: Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue CONSULTATION Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019 This is the ‘draft for consultation’ for the first of five new technical guides based upon the principles set out in the ‘Industry Code of Practice for Arboriculture – Tree Work at Height (2015)’. It is designed to replace both the ‘Guide to Good Climbing Practice’ and ‘AFAG 401/402’. It is aimed at practicing, trained arborists and their supervisors and is due for publication in 2019. Responses Please read through the draft and make note of any comments. Please then complete the short ‘Survey Monkey’ questionnaire, adding any extra information where requested. If you have a longer or more complex comment or query, please email to paul.m@trees.org.uk with ‘Draft for consultation’ as the subject title. Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019. Please use the link below to review the draft for consultation You can provide feedback via Survey Monkey using the link below or the links within the PDF Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Thank you for taking the time to review the draft for consultation, your feedback is extremely valuable in helping us complete this important new guidance.
  2. Previously known as CS38 training basic tree climbing and aerial rescue Dear all, We have places available on our next course at Enfield Start date Monday 6th November End date Friday 10th November 2017 Related Assessment 14th November 2017 TOTAL COST £792 (including training and assessment)
  3. Willow Tree Services Lincs Ltd are looking to recruit a new team member on a full time basis working out of our base situated between Peterborough and Stamford. The minimum qualifications required are CS30.1, CS30.2, CS38.1, CS38.2. Additional qualifications may be seen as an advantage but not essential. Experience is also not essential. Competitive rates of pay will be offered on the basis of experience and qualifications and full PPE including a personal climbing kit will be provided. The successful candidate may be offered further training and career development if they show the right work ethic and professionalism to help us expand the number of skilled workers within our team. Working a standard 40 hour week, there is often the opportunity to work overtime during the week and at weekends during busy periods. This is an excellent opportunity both for recently qualified workers and experienced climbers who are looking for job security and the chance to develop their skills within a well established company who pride ourselves on our quality of work and professionalism along with our on going commitment to health and safety. An immediate start is available so please send your CV to Stuart Stimson at info@willow-tree-services.co.uk or to get in touch to discuss things further.
  4. Wildside LTD are looking for climbers, ground staff and also fencing labourers. Work is national, based in Daventry. Rates and schedules discussed and assessed on an individual basis, we pay travel & staying away money. We are looking to expand our workforce in our busiest period and need reliable staff to help us excel. We are looking for committed labourers to work an average of 45 hours a week and individual work packages can be discussed upon interview. Full time pay-roll positions. Please contact Sam for any more details. Sam@wildsideltd.co.uk 01327 312464
  5. We are looking for an additional Aerial Rescue qualified self-employed subbie as a member of one of our teams next Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday... a good job done would almost certainly lead to further work. Work would be in Red Lodge, Suffolk & Stretham, Cambridgeshire on these days. Please PM us asap if you're interested.
  6. Dear all, We have 2 places available on our next CS38 at Enfield Start date 16th January 2012 End date 20th January 2012 Related NPTC Assessment 26th January 2012 TOTAL COST (including training and assessment) £768 Contact us on 08456 122 122 ext 245 or 07 545 208 894 Or mail us @ :thumbup:employerservices@capel.ac.uk

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