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  1. Hi everyone, I am new to the site and new to the world of Arbioculture as I'm changing career from personal training but excited to learn and work in a great industry. I am from Inverness, Scotland. I will be going to college in September doing an hnc in arbioculture but want to know what relevant tickets I will have to get to work in the industry at any level and gain experience while I learn. Would appreciate any advice. Thank you, Matt
  2. We are looking for a groundsman for maximum 4 days per week or less if that suits. Ideally have basic tickets and own boots, etc. self-employed. We are based in Brentwood, Essex. Small company, lots of work. Give me a call for a chat, Nick on 07714413081 or email info@crosscuttreeworkltd.co.uk
  3. I have 19 months of experience working as an arborist. I have my own climbing kit. I am extremely fit, hard working and motivated. I enjoy physical work and I have a good head for heights. I have done the first 3 tickets (chainsaw and maintenance, climbing and aerial rescue, climbing using a chainsaw) and plan to keep gaining more qualifications as my career progresses. I have gained some great experience working for 9 different companies and people. I have been working with the same company for the last 8 months and I have been climbing on a regular basis. I also have experience in landscaping including using a strimmer, brush cutter and hedging. I have my own car. Please feel free to get in touch. 07972 928 098. simondavidcarpenter@hotmail.co.uk
  4. I have 19 months of experience working as an arborist. I have my own climbing kit. I am extremely fit, hard working and motivated. I enjoy physical work and I have a good head for heights. I have done the first 3 tickets (chainsaw and maintenance, climbing and aerial rescue, climbing using a chainsaw) and plan to keep gaining more qualifications as my career progresses. I have gained some great experience working for 9 different companies and people. I have been working with the same company for the last 8 months and I have been climbing on a regular basis. I also have experience in landscaping including using a strimmer, brush cutter and hedging. I have my own car. Please feel free to get in touch. 07972 928 098. simondavidcarpenter@hotmail.co.uk
  5. Names Ellis. I have my own ppe and climbing kit. Tickets. I can drag, sned, chip, stump grind, use a rigging block, sharpen a chainsaw. I've been in the game 4 years. Highly motivated for all aspects of tree work. Give me the chance and I'll even jump up a dirty Hawthorne. I like to think I know what I'm doing. I've worked for over 15 companys free lance grounding. Always looking for work. Call or text on 07593425217 or email at ellwroe@live.co.uk. References upon request from skilled and reputable arborists.
  6. hi I'm ryan, I'm 19 years young and looking to burst into the arb industry recently got my chipper ticket and my grounds tickets ( cs30/31 ) looking for a full time job with a tree company, hoping to progress eventually. cheers for reading please email drummerhunn101@hotmail.co.uk or ring 07891091028
  7. im interested in finding out more about doing the correct MO units for forest harvesters and forwarders, haven't had much luck around the south east (sussex/Kent) and wondered if anyone knew about it ? or is the best way to learn by getting on the machine first ?
  8. Hi all, my first post here! I recently decided to explore the world of Arboriculture and after doing a large amount of research and spending a day with a local Arborist, I quickly realised that this is an avenue I want to follow. I'm 23, and at present I have a good understanding of the job, but little experience, no equipment and no qualifications. I am eager to change this as quickly as possible. I work an unrelated retail job, 3 days a week. I'm in a fairly fortunate position, in that I am able to reasonably support myself on this (Although I don't have a disposable income), leaving myself time to work any opportune groundwork/labour jobs that may come my way. Should Arboriculture become a solid job for me, I'd happily leave my current job to make it a living. I'm fairly well read on what qualifications and skills are required to make myself attractive to a prospective employer, but my question is primarily pertinent to the progression one should follow in order to achieve this as quickly and cost effectively as possible. I understand that there are employers who will take on trainees/apprentices and partially/entirely fund their tickets, but they still seem to expect candidates to be qualified in CS30/31 and Climbing/Aerial Rescue. This immediately requires me to drop something in the area of £1500-2500 on PPE, climbing gear and training before I'm at a stage where I am even a viable candidate. That's a lot of hours to make up! Don't get me wrong - I'm not opposed to an initial outlay if it is a sensible and worthwhile one. My question is whether I'd be throwing money up the wall, and if you would do things differently. I'm also aware that I can work as a cheap labourer while I build up my funds and equipment, which I fully intend to do. However I want to make myself as employable as possible, because I know that a brash dragger is only worth so much when there are more qualified groundworkers available. I apologise for rambling, and I'll attempt to summarise. How would you spend your early time and money, in order to make yourself an attractive candidate to a prospective employer? Cheers guys! Lewis.
  9. I'm currently doing a arb & forestry couse and in about a years time i will be able to go for my climbing and chainsaw test. I don't want to spend money on doing a 1 week course now so i was just wondering. What tree work can i do without having any tickets.
  10. Hi, I've got 2 spare tickets for the APF. They are in Ealing. Perhaps a donation to the Children's Charity would be appropriate Here's the trickey part:confused1: PM ME!!! if you want them

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