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Undertaking Aerial Inspections

05/07/2018

Wokingham, Berkshire


TR:AI-180705-WOK


Simon Cox and Paul Melarange


5 hours


Places Available


9.30am - 4.00pm  


Exc. VAT Inc. VAT

Course Objectives:

Simon Cox and Paul Melarange deliver this new hands-on training course. With a mix of classroom and practical by the end of the course you will be able to:

-          Explain the importance the aerial operative and scribe have in recording accurate data.

-          Explain different aerial inspection types.

-          Assist with and complete an aerial inspection to include tree climbing and recording measurements.

-          Complete an aerial inspection proforma.

-          Highlight operational requirements and equipment for undertaking aerial inspections

 

Delegates are expected to participate in the day by climbing a tree to undertake an aerial inspection and must:

  1. be certificated in tree climbing and aerial rescue (photocard or certificate to be shown on the day)
  2. have a fit for purpose, and thorough LOLER inspected, tree climbing kit (evidence will be required)

Course Content:

-          Course Introduction

-          A reminder of PTI standards for inspectors. Clear and concise observations, findings and comments

-          Explaining inspection types and understanding specifications for aerial inspections

-          The power of photographs and sketches

-          Explanation of the Guidance note proforma

-          Equipment requirements and uses

-          Discussion and demonstration of inspection features including of cracks/splits, cavities, weak forks, and missing bark for different inspection types

-          Operation requirements for aerial inspections. This will include a risk assessment and briefing for the afternoon exercise and kit checks

-          Demonstration of aerial inspection. Instructor taking measurements with delegates recording information on proforma

-          Tree climbing exercise. Delegates to measure and record one tree each in teams

-          Bracing – Function and integrity

-          Summing up and sources of information.

Module Pre-requisites:

Delegates should have passed the Professional Tree Inspector (PTI) course or similar, and hold a tree climbing and aerial rescue competency.

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