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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. Hi, In the coming weeks my employers are putting me through my cs39 but it is just the exam. Was wondering if anyone had a pdf version of the training handbook thing so i could have a quick read up of it? Thanks in advance
  3. L3 award in aerial pruning using free fall techniques 18th-19th September 2017 NPTC Assessment 26th September 2017 Cost £ 546 inclusive of training and NPTC assessment Please contact our short courses team for more information and booking requirements. 0303 003 1234 ext 1245 or visit our website http://www.capel.ac.uk/short-courses.html.
  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. Brampton Valley Training & Assessments Ltd (Northamptonshire) We still have 2 spaces available on our CS39 course - Aerial Cutting of tree's using Free-fall Techniques on the 22nd & 23rd June. The Cost is £549 which includes the training and Assessment. If you would like to book onto this course please call the office on 01280 824423 or email [email protected] or [email protected]
  6. 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


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