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  1. Has anyone successfully emigrated to Canada for tree work? I want to know how easy it is and what the best options would be regarding visa's and sponsorship. Im leaving in a few months for canada and have a work permit for two years but will probably want to live there permanently. With regards to qualifications and experience I have all NPTC tickets minus rigging and 3 years climbing experience.
  2. Has anyone successfully emigrated to Canada for tree work? I want to know how easy it is and what the best options would be regarding visa's and sponsorship. Im leaving in a few months for canada and have a work permit for two years but will probably want to live there permanently. With regards to qualifications and experience I have all NPTC tickets minus rigging and 3 years climbing experience.
  3. Hi all, I am due to leave the forces in a year and intend to qualify as a tree surgeon. I was a landscaper before I joined (15 long years ago), always keep myself in good shape, enjoy the outdoors, honking weather and all that guff... Basically, I intend to take my newly learned trade abroad, possibly France or Canada and have a few questions before I take the leap: Can you earn the money abroad? With the French and Canadians alike using wood as fuel more than here, surely everyone has a chainsaw in their shed? Qualifications wise, before I commit all my resettlement grant to say kingswood for example, are the courses here recognised abroad? While I'm looking at courses, can anyone reccomend the basics I need to be legally employable to gain experience, including climbing. I am after being a monkey with a saw to begin with, earning some money whist looking at education in conservation, forestry in the long run. Any help would be greatly appreciated or advice from anyone who has gone down the same route as I intend to do, thanks! Dan.
  4. Hi my name is Nathan, I am a 21 year old apprentice arborist in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada on track to write my ISA certification by the end of summer 2015. Upon completion of my certification I have been strongly considering working abroad for a year in hopes of learning and experiencing new cultures and ecosystems. I consider myself to be physically fit and knowledgeable about Western Canadian Arboriculture and id really like to broaden my horizons in terms of both work and experience, my climbing skills however are more limited as my training has been mostly directed to ground and boom truck pruning although I am eager to greatly increase and establish myself as a climber. All this being said about myself personally I consider myself to be laid back and I have both a strong respect for both people and nature. I have heard Sweden is a great place to practice, however im open and interested in hearing any and all stories and opinions of countries and places to work and live in as well as places that pay higher than usual for professional tree work! Happy and Safe Cutting, -Nathan
  5. Adair Tree Care Ltd. is a tree service located in Calgary Canada. We are looking to add a member to our team. We require an experienced Arborist to start immediately. We offer: -Wages above the industry average -Employee benefits program -Full time, year round work -Training and education programs -Room for advancement with our growing company Visit our website at adairtreecare.com or contact us for more info about the company or location. If you are interested, please send us a copy of your resume or CV to info@adairtreecare.com Thanks!
  6. Experienced Arborist / Tree Climber Required Adair Tree Care Ltd. is an established full service tree care company operating in Calgary, Alberta Canada. We are looking to add a member to our team. We growing and there is a great opportunity for the right candidate within our company. We pay above industry average wages and offer a full benefits package. We are located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in a growing city. If you are interested in working in Canada and love trees we would be happy to hear from you! The right candidate will have: -Minimum 3 years of tree climbing experience. -Experience driving vehicles while towing trailer -Positive attitude and good work ethic Please email matt@adairtreecare.com to discuss the position.
  7. http://courses.forestry.ubc.ca/bendickson/FOPRLibrary/Library/Safe%20Work/WCB%20fallers_buckers.pdf

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