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  1. Currently studying Arboriculture and Urban Forestry in Inverness and very keen to get my CS30/31. Wondered if anyone is providing training and assesments with assesment location provided by assesor, despite lockdown or very soon after lockdown is lifted? There's quite a few students seeking their basic chainsaw tickets so could put together a group if needed. Also if anyone needs a ground worker in the area, I'm physically fit and willing to learn!
  2. Rail Safety Solutions Ltd are looking for applicants that have the following competencies: • PTS • CS30, CS31, CS38 & CS39 It is desirable that applicants also have the following: • COSS, Safe Work Leader 1, B+E • CS32, CS40 & CS41 To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to: [email protected] or for more information please call: 07887493356 and speak to the Vegetation Manager quoting job application.
  3. New to the site and new to tree surgery! I'm 26 and looking for a complete career change but I am wondering about a few things. Firstly, how easy would it be to get work with just my CS30 and CS31 certificates? I'm looking at getting the qualifications next month with a view to getting the CS38 and CS39 certificates later on in the year when I can afford them. I have experience with a chainsaw in just cutting logs and general chainsaw maintenance, but honestly I'm pretty much brand new to it all. Secondly, are the courses worth anything abroad? Looking to emigrate in the next few years to either Canada or New Zealand. Thirdly, who should I do the courses with? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hi, long time lurker first time post. I have just completed my 39 with Roland after doing my 31 with him too and felt it necessary to say a big thank you. First to the Coppelridge, the rooms are big, clean and modern, the food is top notch and all the staff friendly and helpful. Next Martin who trained us, he is very laid back and puts you at your ease straight away but is an brilliant teacher who gets the message across and is more than happy to take extra time when its required. Terry our assessor is from the same mould, puts you at your ease and gets the best out of you. The venue is amazing with masses of quality trees of varied varieties to learn on. I was also lucky both times with top boys on the courses with me. I choose Roland first time round mainly due to his very competitive prices I won't go anywhere else now no matter what as he delivers on all counts. cheers all
  5. Hi, I am looking to do my CS30/CS31, however, at the moment would need to do it on a weekend - do you have any recommendations? Thanks
  6. Just been reading about the young lady who has given up work because she’s too pretty and has to fight off advances from men and jealousy from women (see the Mail and the Mirror online – links below). I’d like to assure anyone who considers employing me as a ground worker that I’m not too pretty and I’ve never fought off an advance in my life. I can’t afford to be that choosy. I’m also not a woman – sorry if I gave the wrong impression . But to get down to the real reason for this post – I’m a mature, enthusiastic, reliable worker, looking for occasional work or a permanent job. I have my own saws and equipment, PPE, and would provide my own fuel. I have CS30, 31 and 32, and LANTRA strimmer/brushcutter and pedestrian lawnmower. Emergency first aid at work, clean driving licence (Groups B, BE, C1, C1E, D1, D1E). I live in the Huntingdon area of Cambridgeshire but I could travel within reason. I think I’m a good team worker. I want to get more experience but I won’t get any sitting on my butt looking for work online. If anyone in the area needs a hand or two from time to time, please PM me or call/text on 07890-485865. Thanks for reading - Steve By the way; if you’re wondering what I’m talking about, here are the links to the articles: I'm TOO pretty to work: Graduate says her good looks means she's harassed and bullied - Mirror Online The woman who claims she is too pretty to take a job: Graduate 'hounded by sex pests and jealous females' | Mail Online
  7. Hello. I am looking for people interested in joining me in a CS31 course at the beginning of June, 1st-3rd. Bristol area. At the moment I am the only interested so the course will not go ahead unless some other people joins... If you are considering to take this course please let me know and I'll send you more info. Regards.
  8. Hi to everyone reading this post, I'm in need of some advice guys as im going on the course CS 30 and 31 in January at Myerscough college, but in the mean time i need to get hold of books on Tree surgery and Arbriculture, if any of you could tell me the best books for someone with no knowlege in this field at all i would be truely gratefull, there are so many out there and there not cheap so the best ones for someone just starting out, Also guys if possible i need to know what tools and equipment i'll need to set myself up with, i dont mean the big mulchers or plant , just hand tools and climbing equipment, PPE . Thanks in advance guys Rhys


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