Training (incl. Assessment)
Duration Notes: 2 days training + 1 day assessment
Delivery Method: Classroom
Prerequisites: Course members must be experienced in Tree Inspection, carrying out tree surveys and making management recommendations. Ideally they should hold a minimum level 3 qualification in Arboriculture.
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Hone your skills with our three-day course for experienced inspectors.
Overview in brief
This is an advanced course.
You’ll need to be an experienced and qualified inspector with an in-depth knowledge of plant and arboricultural science.
You’ll learn how to clearly and competently inspect potentially hazardous trees. Writing appropriate and detailed remedial works (control measures) will also be covered.
The finer details
Our training will take you to the next level in your profession.
But we expect you to be thoroughly experienced in carrying out tree inspections and surveys.
You’ll also have an excellent knowledge of wood decaying fungi and the identification and interpretation of signs and symptoms of ill health and structural failure across a wide range of tree species and circumstances.
The course involves a balanced mix of theory and practical sessions.
You’ll learn how to specify the necessary remedial works and record the inspection process.
You’ll finish by undertaking an assessment.
Worth noting: You’ll need to be physically fit to carry out some of the tasks.
Our course doesn’t cover report writing, but your presentation of findings will be examined and advice given.
Who should attend?
Prospective learners should be experienced and qualified arboriculturists with an in-depth knowledge of plant and arboricultural science, including a thorough knowledge of wood decaying fungi, identification and interpretation of signs and symptoms of ill health and structural failure across a wide range of tree species and circumstances.
They should be thoroughly experienced in carrying out tree inspection and survey. People professionally involved in: arboriculture – specifically tree inspection. Learners must be physically fit and able to carry out the tasks required of the course programme.