NPTC CS41 Aerial Tree Rigging

  • £650 + VAT *
    Please note, this course has a fee and is subject to cancellation terms and conditions.

  • 3 days training plus 1 day assessment

This is the 002109 – City & Guilds NPTC Level 3 Award in Aerial Tree Rigging (formerly known a CS41).

This standard is about the removal of sections from a tree crown under the control of rope rigging and lifting gear. The work will be carried out by an operator with significant experience of arboriculture operations and chainsaw operations in a canopy.

You will carry out a tree hazard and a ‘working at height’ assessment to determine if the operative is safe to perform the work and to determine the safest and most efficient access method. This aerial work must be supported by a ground worker with significant experience of aerial tree work and rigging techniques.

This standard covers the use of rigging for the removal of small tree sections in relation to pruning operations where targets below may pose a significant risk, through to the removal of part/whole trees where targets do not allow for free-fall/hand thrown techniques.

Your work must conform to all current legislation and codes of practice. This standard is for operators with significant experience of arboriculture operations and chainsaw operations in a canopy.

* We support Welsh businesses within the Trees and Timber sector via the Focus on Forestry funding scheme aimed to support skills development. Please enquire for further information.

3 days training plus 1 day assessment.

  • Pre-requisites: CS30,31,38,39
  • Candidates must be aged 16 or above
  • Due to elements of this course being in a woodland area, candidates require their own transport or alternatively must notify the centre before the course so alternative options can be sourced
  • Candidates should also be aware that this course is physical in nature

Enhance your skill set with:

  • NPTC LOLER
  • CS40 Aerial pruning
  • CS32 Felling and processing trees over 380mm (medium and large trees)
  • CS30-31 Chainsaw maintenance operation – felling of small trees

This standard is about the removal of sections from a tree crown under the control of rope rigging and lifting gear. The work will be carried out by an operator with significant experience of arboriculture operations and chainsaw operations in a canopy.

You will carry out a tree hazard and a ‘working at height’ assessment to determine if the operative is safe to perform the work and to determine the safest and most efficient access method. This aerial work must be supported by a ground worker with significant experience of aerial tree work and rigging techniques.

This standard covers the use of rigging for the removal of small tree sections in relation to pruning operations where targets below may pose a significant risk, through to the removal of part/whole trees where targets do not allow for free-fall/hand thrown techniques.

Your work must conform to all current legislation and codes of practice. This standard is for operators with significant experience of arboriculture operations and chainsaw operations in a canopy.

* We support Welsh businesses within the Trees and Timber sector via the Focus on Forestry funding scheme aimed to support skills development. Please enquire for further information.

3 days training plus 1 day assessment.

  • Pre-requisites: CS30,31,38,39
  • Candidates must be aged 16 or above
  • Due to elements of this course being in a woodland area, candidates require their own transport or alternatively must notify the centre before the course so alternative options can be sourced
  • Candidates should also be aware that this course is physical in nature

Enhance your skill set with:

  • NPTC LOLER
  • CS40 Aerial pruning
  • CS32 Felling and processing trees over 380mm (medium and large trees)
  • CS30-31 Chainsaw maintenance operation – felling of small trees

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