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Cornwall Branch Spring Seminar

23/03/2018

Near Truro, Cornwall


CBS-180323-COR


Alan Rowe


4 hours


Places Available


10.00 - 16.00 


Exc. VAT Inc. VAT

Course Objectives:

The Seminar will provide an update on the latest situation within the Industry in relation to different aspects that the Contractor/ Consultant are likely to encounter. The day aims to put attendees at the forefront of the latest developments, so that they can integrate this information into the advice they give to the Public.

On the agenda is a talk on Felling Licences, plus James Gregory from Cornwall Council providing an update on Tree Legislation. The Forestry Commission will give us the latest on current and upcoming Pest and Disease threats to the region. AA Technical Paul McBride will present a technical update, while we'll also hear from Technical Officer and Ecologist Jim Mullholland give a popular talk on Bats.

We’ll finished the day with a walk through the Gardens and a look at the captive red squirrel population on the site.

Course Content:

  • P & D update from Forestry Commission
  • Paul Smith to give technical update
  • Jim Mulholland on bats
  • James Gregory of Cornwall Council to give talk on tree Legislation
  • Talk on felling licences
  • Walk through the Gardens and look at the captive red squirrel population on the site.

Module Pre-requisites:

An interest in tree issues

Terms of Cancellation or Amendments to details

  • We reserve the right to cancel courses and refund applicants if there is insufficient demand.
  • A FULL charge will be applied to any booking cancelled less than 10 working days before the event.
  • A £30 administration charge may be applied to changes made to bookings that have been received and acknowledged.

For all course bookings outside the UK and Europe, please email training@trees.org.uk