Aerial Tree Rigging (formally CS41) NPTC / City and Guilds - 2 March 2019
Yorkshire North East
- 4 - 6 March 2019
Duke Street, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9DN
Three days training plus one day for assessment. Covering the rigging and dismantling of trees from a rope and harness. Pre requisites are tree climbing (CS38), chainsaw (CS30 and CS31) and chainsaw free fall techniques (CS39)
The aerial tree rigging course is ideal for people working as arborists and tree surgeons. It covers the use of rigging equipment to dismantle trees by lowering branches and removing pole sections.
Before coming on the course please look through the Evaluation of current rigging and dismantling practices used in arboriculture Research Report RR668 , this document will help you with your assessment.
Prior to coming on this course you must have the Award in Ground Based Chainsaw Operation 20-03 & 20-04 (CS30 & CS31), Award in Tree Climbing and Rescue 20-13 (CS38) and Award in Aerial Cutting of Trees Using Free-Fall Techniques 21-08 (CS39).
By the end of this course you should be able to:
1) Promote health and safety and industry good practice.
2) Carry out aerial tree rigging.
3) Understand relevant health and safety legislation and industry good practice.
4) Understand how to carry out aerial tree rigging.