CS39 – Using a Chainsaw from a Rope and Harness – NPTC Unit 308 -121021
12th – 14th October 2021
Our 3-day training course, plus 1-day NPTC Assessment, covers specialist cutting techniques for using saws up trees. CS39 – NPTC Unit 204 – is accepted by the HSE as evidence of suitable training and competence for a professional arborist who operates chainsaws and performs aerial tree-work operations.
NPTC Units: 201:Chainsaw maintenance and cross cutting (CS30)
NPTC Unit 202: Tree felling and processing (CS31)
NPTC Units: 203: Tree climbing and Aerial Rescue Operations (CS38)
This course is for people who work as Tree surgeons, Arborists. The course provides the knowledge and skill requirements for candidates to be assessed for City & Guilds (NPTC) regulated qualification (QCF). The course lasts 3 consecutive days followed by a 1-day independent City & Guilds NPTC assessment. Candidates are taught in both a workshop and a local woodland environment.
To book one of our courses we require a completed booking form, and a deposit to secure the place. The balance of the course is due 1 week prior to the course start date. Please complete the online enquiry form below to start this process or call the office for further information.
Course Title: Using a Chainsaw from a Rope and Harness – CS39 121021
Start Date: 12th October 2021
End Date: 14th October 2021
Location: Kingswood Training Centre
Places Remaining: 4
Optional Assessment Fee: £115.00
Assessment Date: 15th October 2021
Course Price inc. VAT: £500.00
Course Total Price inc. VAT: £615.00