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  1. 'Fungi and the Management of Trees of All Ages' - delivered by industry expert Jack Kenyon. Two day short course on Thursday 19 April and Friday 20 April, from 9am - 5pm Course fee - £225 (includes a buffet lunch) For more information and to apply, visit - www.merristwood.ac.uk Day 1 - Thursday 19 April A tree is a colony of organisms - some may be hostile, but others are friendly and essential for health, energy reserves and survival. It is estimated there are at least 5 million species of fungi, but only about 100,000 so far are described. You will look at: How some fungi can colonise the wood and compromise the structural integrity of the tree, whilst others can form symbiotic fungal associations with the tree which are essential for the survival of both organisms. How trees use biological defence mechanisms to resist colonisation by micro-organisms, and use processes to limit decay. How the seasonal phenological cycle can cause implications for tree management in terms of what is done, when work is carried out and how much work is appropriate. How trees have extraordinary capabilities of performing complex information processing. Traditionally trees and plants have been thought to be passive, however there is clear evidence of trees being able to identify animals and insects, and distinguish friendly associates from hostile herbivores. How trees use biogenic volatile organic compound chemicals (VOCs) to attract predators of hostile insects, and communicate with each other. Day 2 - Friday 20 April A tree’s life span can be extremely long with some thought to be more than 130,000 years old. The purpose of visual tree assessment is to recognise features which may indicate compromised structural integrity. You will look at: The assessment of decay and reaction wood growth responses, in terms of hazard and risk management, and remedial and preventative maintenance. The evaluation of methods used for internal investigation of trees, sound equipment, micro drills and other approaches such as winch pull tests. Risk management in respect of quantifying risk by probability or foreseeability. The morphology of veteran and ancient trees, considering the process of reiteration in older trees such as new adaptive or traumatic growths which become copies of the parent tree.
  2. Merrist Wood College still has places available on it's Tree Surgery for Craftsmen course! This 9 week courses, starting on Monday 17 September, consists of two theory days and three practical days per week. Topics include: Tree work operations Tree removal Pruning Preventative and remedial work Ground work Tree biology Soils Pests and diseases Tree knowledge Tree work machinery Chainsaws Specialised tree machinery First Aid at Work (including First Aid for Forestry) And more! For more information (including fees) or to apply, please visit: https://www.merristwood.ac.uk/CourseInformation/ShortCourseDetails.aspx/727000234066644/Arboriculture & Forestry Merrist Wood College in Worplesdon, Surrey (near Guildford) is celebrating 50 years of teaching Arboriculture!
  3. Hi all, Ive been contacted by a guy called Darrell, I met this guy several years ago while subbing to a Tree works who was doing street tree works company in London, He's based close to Guildford and is looking for work. Can any one help him? His number is 07922535463. He is too far away from me.
  4. SUB CONTRACT CLIMBERS NEEDED WHILST THIS VACANCY IS BEING ADVERTISED - £140/DAY. Lead climber needed for a small and expanding Arb Approved company with a reputation for high quality work, based in Guildford. The business also includes consultancy work with surveys, tree healthcare and mature tree planting. As a growing company there is ample opportunity for those seeking a long term career. You will be responsible for organising the team and equipment in the morning, running the site smoothly and efficiently and organising equipment upon return. Qualifications required: CS 30.1,CS 30.2,CS 31,CS 38,CS 39,CS 41 Clean driving license with towing element Climbing competency is essential. Salary on offer up to £16 p/h PAYE, payment once a month. Annual leave: 20 working days and bank holidays. A bonus system is operated to reward hours over the standard working week. Equipment allowance after trial period. For more information please contact admin@ctcrecruitment.co.uk or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1706-6
  5. SUB CONTRACT GROUNDSMAN NEEDED WHILST THIS VACANCY IS BEING ADVERTISED - £70- £100/DAY, DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE. Groundsman/second climber needed for a small and expanding Arb Approved company with a reputation for high quality work, based in Guildford. The business also includes consultancy work with surveys, tree healthcare and mature tree planting. As a growing company there is ample opportunity for those seeking a long term career. You will be responsible for organising equipment in the morning, running the site smoothly and efficiently and organising and maintaining equipment upon return. Qualifications required: CS 30.1,CS 30.2,CS 31,CS 38 Clean driving license with towing element preferable Salary on offer up to £100/day PAYE, payment once a month. Annual leave: 20 working days and bank holidays. A bonus system is operated to reward hours over the standard working week. Equipment allowance after trial period. For more information please contact admin@ctcrecruitment.co.uk or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1706-7
  6. SUB CONTRACT CLIMBERS NEEDED WHILST THIS VACANCY IS BEING ADVERTISED - £140/DAY. Lead climber needed for a small and expanding Arb Approved company with a reputation for high quality work, based in Guildford. The business also includes consultancy work with surveys, tree healthcare and mature tree planting. As a growing company there is ample opportunity for those seeking a long term career. You will be responsible for organising the team and equipment in the morning, running the site smoothly and efficiently and organising equipment upon return. Qualifications required: CS 30.1,CS 30.2,CS 31,CS 38,CS 39,CS 41 Clean driving license with towing element Climbing competency is essential. Salary on offer up to £16 p/h PAYE, payment once a month. Annual leave: 20 working days and bank holidays. A bonus system is operated to reward hours over the standard working week. Equipment allowance after trial period. For more information please contact admin@ctcrecruitment.co.uk or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1706-6
  7. Hawke

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    For all new job openings, please check out Hawke Recruitment. IT Company in London | Hawke Recruitment contact Charlie: 07434918502 contract positions: Southwest - groundie (x2) £70 per day - PTS Railcard required Guildford - climber (x3) £100 per day Nottingham - climber £ 120 per day London - lead climber £120 per day Suffolk - climbers (x2) £100 Contact Charlie on 07434918502
  8. My Client is currently looking for Skilled Climbers (x3) to commence work ASAP. Offering 20 Days Holiday a Year+ Bank Holidays Salary Depends on Experience and References. Guide: £100 per day to Start during probation period may be increased. We Specialise in both Commercial and Residential Tree Surgery. B Licence Mandatory with you ideally holding B + E(with trailer +750kg) C1 & C1+E would be advantageous. Salary: £100.00 /day contact me on 07434918502
  9. Blue Sky Tree Care Ltd is looking for a: Full time/ part time - Competent climber, ideally with two plus years experience and a clean driving licence to join a great team in well established company looking to expand. Must have NPTC's and own transport. £80-120 per day dependent on ability. Inquiries to: forkingbranches@hotmail.com

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