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  1. Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Hi everyone, i'm Jack the New Marketing Assistant at the Arboricultural Association, any questions feel free to give me a shout Technical Guide 1: Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue CONSULTATION Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019 This is the ‘draft for consultation’ for the first of five new technical guides based upon the principles set out in the ‘Industry Code of Practice for Arboriculture – Tree Work at Height (2015)’. It is designed to replace both the ‘Guide to Good Climbing Practice’ and ‘AFAG 401/402’. It is aimed at practicing, trained arborists and their supervisors and is due for publication in 2019. Responses Please read through the draft and make note of any comments. Please then complete the short ‘Survey Monkey’ questionnaire, adding any extra information where requested. If you have a longer or more complex comment or query, please email to paul.m@trees.org.uk with ‘Draft for consultation’ as the subject title. Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019. Please use the link below to review the draft for consultation You can provide feedback via Survey Monkey using the link below or the links within the PDF Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Thank you for taking the time to review the draft for consultation, your feedback is extremely valuable in helping us complete this important new guidance.
  2. Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Hi everyone, i'm Jack the New Marketing Assistant, any questions feel free to give me a shout Technical Guide 1: Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue CONSULTATION Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019 This is the ‘draft for consultation’ for the first of five new technical guides based upon the principles set out in the ‘Industry Code of Practice for Arboriculture – Tree Work at Height (2015)’. It is designed to replace both the ‘Guide to Good Climbing Practice’ and ‘AFAG 401/402’. It is aimed at practicing, trained arborists and their supervisors and is due for publication in 2019. Responses Please read through the draft and make note of any comments. Please then complete the short ‘Survey Monkey’ questionnaire, adding any extra information where requested. If you have a longer or more complex comment or query, please email to paul.m@trees.org.uk with ‘Draft for consultation’ as the subject title. Please submit all responses by Tuesday 15 January 2019. Please use the link below to review the draft for consultation You can provide feedback via Survey Monkey using the link below or the links within the PDF Link: https://www.trees.org.uk/Trees.org.uk/media/Trees-org.uk/Documents/AA-Technical-Guide_Tree-Climbing-and-Aerial-Rescue_Draft-for-consultation.pdf Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NFCZNY2 Thank you for taking the time to review the draft for consultation, your feedback is extremely valuable in helping us complete this important new guidance.
  3. Previously known as CS38 training basic tree climbing and aerial rescue Dear all, We have places available on our next course at Enfield Start date Monday 6th November End date Friday 10th November 2017 Related Assessment 14th November 2017 TOTAL COST £792 (including training and assessment)
  4. Hi all, I was wondering if anyone has tried the new HAAS Velox Foot Ascender? It sounds amazing. We only started selling it Friday, so we would love to hear how people have found it. It gives users of the HAAS system an extra 18 inches. It is easy to use and set up. One size fits all and is very smooth. HAAS Velox foot ascender for HAAS system gives 18 inches extra.
  5. I have just started at a new company that provide climbing inspections but some of their guys don't have CS tickets just the level 1 rope access technician qualification. What i would like to know is can we work together with our qualifications and we will be covered by the insurance to rescue each other? I've trawled the internet and couldn't find anything that was crystal. Look forward to anyones feedback! Cheers Adam
  6. I'm trying to identify somewhere in London or the south east where i could go and practice my climbing skills etc. The council and private landowners will no doubt ignore me or tell me to do one, so that seems to leave...well nowhere! Does anyone have any ideas or tips on where i could find somewhere, or maybe who i should be speaking to? Thanks James
  7. The largest recreational tree climbing company in the UK urgently requires instructors for events this weekend. The Role You will be required to work alongside a team leader to deliver recreational tree climbing and a zip wire to up to 42 participants in a day. Participants have paid a premium price to take part in a unique, hour long experience in small groups. The event days generally last 8am-5pm (including setting up and taking down equipment). The events this weekend are taking place in: Saturday: North London, Stroud, Henley-on-Thames Sunday: Dorking, Wokingham, Worcester As it is short notice we understand candidates may only be able to help on one of the days; however being able to help on both is advantageous. If successful on the day(s) of work regular future work is available on a freelance basis. The Candidate Essential: -CS 38 (climbing and aerial rescue qualified) , or soon to be qualified and understand the basic principles. -physically fit and healthy -smart and presentable appearance -live near one of the work locations mentioned, or be able to commute to the location. -be over 18 years old -has no criminal convictions which result in you being unable to work with children Desirable: -experience working with children -have a car and driving licence Pay £70 a day (you will be working as self-employed and need to provide an invoice) If working two consecutive days and staying overnight in local accommodation (paid for) an additional £15 will be paid towards expenses. If you’re able to help Please email a brief a summary of why you would be suitable for the job, the day(s) and locations you are able to work to adam@bigtreeclimbing.co.uk. (Please feel free to keep it short and sweet, as this is urgent :-)). If you have any questions about the role feel free to email them or phone Adam on 07922619527. Please note that we need all interest registered by 3pm, at the latest, Friday 13th June to allow enough time to finalise arrangements.
  8. Qualified and experienced tree climber needed for Maidstone based company, regular 2 days per week, £150 per day.
  9. Dear all, We have a few places left on our next CS38: Training 12th-16th September 2011 NPTC assessment on 22nd September 2011 Total cost (including training, assessment and equipment) £768. Contact us on 08456 122 122 ext 245 or e mail us at employerservices@capel.ac.uk.

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