(CS38) Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue 20-13 Part funded!
20 May - 24 May
Tree Climbing and Rescue 20-13 (CS38 May 2019) Part funded through the Stories in Stone Project
Training 5 days plus 1 day for assessment
Training fee £450 +VAT = £558 per person
Assessment plus City and Guilds registration fee £168 no VAT per person PAID FOR BY THE FUNDING
Total £558 per person
The Tree Climbing and Rescue course (CS38) is a 4 day or 5 day practical course depending on your experience of tree climbing.
The tree climbing and aerial rescue (CS38) training course therefore enables you to:
- successfully identify the hazards and risks associated with the working area;
- outline the emergency planning procedures;
- know the current health and safety legislation and environmental factors;
- for instance to carry out a hazard evaluation of a tree;
- different methods used to access a tree safely and positioning techniques used within crown;
- use access and positioning methods within the tree;
- and in addition descend safely from the tree and implement different rescue methods.
The training course has physical demands and requires the carrying and movement of equipment in woodland environments.