Basic Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue (Units 206, 306 / CS38)

£700 per person
£840 including VAT


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Unit 206 – Access a Tree Using a Rope and Harness

Unit 306 – Carry out Aerial Rescue Operations

Basic Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue course introduces candidates to the skills they require for accessing a tree using a rope and harness and being able to carry out aerial rescue operations. It will also help candidates to identify relevant health and safety legislation and industry good practice.

5 Days Training

1 Day Assessment

 

  • Legislation
  • Tree climbing equipment – LOLER’98
  • Rope configurations
  • Tree access
  • Work positioning
  • Light branch removal
  • Tree descent
  • Use of flip line and climbing irons
  • Conduct an aerial rescue
  • Equipment storage

5 Days Training

1 Day Assessment

£700.00 + Vat per person

This includes all equipment, PPE  And  Assessment

FUNDING OPTIONS :

  • Modern Apprenticeships (MA) – working for you from day one apprentices gain the skills you need to increase productivity. SDS will make a contribution to training costs and a learning provider can organise the training for you if required.
  • Employer Recruitment Incentive (ERI) – employers get an incentive of up to £2,000 –depending on criteria – to take on a Modern Apprentice who has had a barrier to employment in the past or is unemployed.
  • Flexible Training Opportunities (FTO) – businesses with existing staff of up to 150 employees can get up to 50% of training costs reimbursed up to a maximum of £5000 for 10 training episodes. FTOs aim to help smaller firms weather the recession.
  • Low Carbon Skills Fund – Businesses who train their staff in carbon reduction and energy efficiency, can access up to £500 each towards a maximum of 25 training experiences

City & Guilds/NPTC Awards Unit 206 – Access a Tree Using a Rope and Harness

City & Guilds/NPTC Awards Unit 306 – Carry out Aerial Rescue Operations