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List of Courses

ArbAC Preparation Workshop

This FREE regional event is open to all Contractors with an interest in the ARB Approved Contractor Scheme (attendees can qualify for a 25% discount on the initial assessment fee.)

Dates/Venues

 18/10/2017

 Winchester, Hampshire

 16/11/2017

 Tonbridge, Kent

 07/12/2017

 Budleigh Salterton, Devon

Course Fees

Arboricultural Knowledge

A one-day 'signposting' course to help arborists improve their understanding of arboriculture's wide range of knowledge topics: tree ident, physiology, pruning, decay, biomechanics etc. etc.

Dates/Venues

 27/09/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Basic Tree Survey and Inspection

A one-day Lantra Awards accredited course for people not experienced in tree inspection but needing to recognise basic hazards and report onwards.

Dates/Venues

 04/10/2017

 Ilminster, Somerset

 25/10/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

BS3998: 2010 Tree Work - Recommendations

This is an opportunity to better understand ‘your’ industry standard, will help you stay ahead of the competition and improve your tree work management advice and recommendations.

Dates/Venues

 22/11/2017

 Preston, Lancashire

Course Fees

BS5837: Tree Surveying and Categorisation

The course is aimed at any person, in any industry, involved in undertaking or reviewing BS5837 reports.

Dates/Venues

 26/10/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Getting To Grips With Subsidence

A one-day course for the arboricultural professional who may be required to advise upon, or manage subsidence cases, including Tree officers, Arboricultural Consultants or Contractors.

Dates/Venues

 11/10/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Hazard Tree Inspection Course – A Practitioner’s Guide

A two day bespoke course aimed at those actively involved in hazard tree inspections or those looking to progress a career in arboricultural consultancy.

Dates/Venues

 26/09/2017

 Stirling, Scotland

Course Fees

Introduction to Soils

This course is designed to give a solid introduction to soils, especially urban soils, so that all those working with trees in urban settings can be more confident about using and specifying soils for a range of purposes.

It will demystify soils for arboricultural professionals and give delegates some simple yardsticks for decision making involving soils and their management.

Dates/Venues

 28/09/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Professional Tree Inspection

A three-day (non residential) Lantra Awards accredited training course for experienced arboriculturists making the final decision on tree safety issues. Certificate of achievement if successful at exam.

Dates/Venues

 10/10/2017

 Stoneleigh Park, Warwicks

 31/10/2017

 Brandon, Suffolk

Course Fees

Professional Tree Inspection Refresher

A one day refresher course for those that have previously attended the Lantra Awards 3-day Professional Tree Inspection course.

Dates/Venues

 08/11/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Professional Tree Inspection Retake

A retake of the Professional Tree Inspection exam.

Only available to previous Professional Tree Inspection course candidates.

Dates/Venues

 12/10/2017

 Stoneleigh Park, Warwicks

 02/11/2017

 Brandon, Suffolk

Course Fees

Risk Assessment for Commercial Arboriculture

A one-day course for the practical arborist and manager.

 

Increase safety and meet the requirements of the law and many insurers.

 

Manual and CD included.

Dates/Venues

 27/09/2017

 Writtle, Essex

 19/10/2017

 Stoneleigh Park, Warwicks

Course Fees

Stationary Rope Technique Workshop

Stationary Rope Technique Workshop 

The Arboricultural Association are running this Stationary Rope Technique workshop on Thursday 24 November

Presented by Chris Cooper-Abbs and Matt Brooker
Location: Buxton, Derbyshire

Dates/Venues

 11/11/2017

 Cumbernauld, Glasgow

Course Fees

Thinking Arbs Day

Dates/Venues

 14/10/2017

 Savernake Forest

Course Fees

Tree Pests, Diseases and Fungi

Tree pests, diseases and fungi workshop aimed at tree work contractors and others who need to identify and diagnose tree pests, diseases and fungi as part of their regular work.

Dates/Venues

 21/11/2017

 Stoneleigh Park, Warwicks

Course Fees

Tree Protection and Planning - the Role of the Tree Officer

This one-day training programme reflects the issues and challenges faced by the local authority Arboriculturist, by illustrating the up to date Planning Guidance with practical examples from current planning situations.

 

Trainer Information: Richard Nicholson is the Trees Landscape and Conservation Team Leader for the Christchurch and East Dorset Council Partnership. He has been involved in local authority Arboriculture training for over 20 years as well as chairing the BS5837 Review in 2005 and 2012.

 

 

Dates/Venues

 26/10/2017

 Leyland, Lancashire

Course Fees

Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ)

TRAQ is an ISA (International Society of Arboriculture) qualification program that trains arborists how to use the methodologies outlined in the ISA Best Management Practices for Tree Risk Assessment. This qualification promotes the safety of people and property by providing a standardized and systematic process for assessing tree risk. The results of a tree risk assessment can provide tree owners and risk managers with the information to make informed decisions to enhance tree benefits, health, and longevity. TRAQ is one of many tree risk assessment programs available in the arboricultural market place.

Dates/Venues

 21/11/2017

 Wokingham, Berkshire

Course Fees

Valuing and Managing Veteran Trees

The course is aimed at any person, in any industry, with an interest in trees.

This courses will provide basic level information on valuing and managing veteran trees.

Dates/Venues

 28/11/2017

 Stoneleigh Park, Warwicks

Course Fees