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  1. 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.
  2. I'm going to organise myself training and assessment for CS32,38 and 39 I have had a CS 30/31 for approximately six months and have worked in woodland / tree work for probably 3 days a week since on a variety of work so am building up experience all the time. I live in Cumbria and I have places I can stay in Warwickshire for free so those areas are advantageous but I could travel elsewhere. Can I ask you to make recommendations on where I might get this organised? If your running these courses let me know and feel free to send details to [email protected] Other than the cost of the training, I assume there will be other costs? Can anybody make an estimate of how much extra cost there is in equipment to be able to undertake the training. Do some trainers / establishments provide the equipment for the course? What else should I be thinking about? Many thanks David
  3. 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
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  5. Dear all, We are delighted to announce that we have cut our CS32 price to only £595. Price include 2 days training, NPTC registration fees and NPTC assesessment. Course date 31st October-2nd November 2011 NPTC assessment 11th November Enrol now contact me on 08456 122 122 ext 245 or e mail [email protected]


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