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A guide to careers and qualifications  A guide to qualifications and careers A summary of the various ways of starting a career in arboriculture, the qualification structure and career progression can be found in the Associations guidance: Download ‘A Guide to Qualifications and Careers in Arboriculture’ ...
 11/04/2016      09:34
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Directory of UK Arboricultural education and training providers  Arboricultural Education This directory provides contact details for educational establishments and independent providers, intended for the use of persons considering a career working with amenity trees and shrubs, or those individuals who wish to further their knowledge a...
 28/04/2016      11:32
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What practical qualifications and training do I need?  Legal Requirements The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974  and the  Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999  place general duties on employers and the self-employed to provide health and safety information and training.  Provision and Use of Work Equi...
 25/11/2015      09:40
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 12/12/2015      22:02
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Help for arborists  Help for Arborists is a library of generic and arb-specific guidance resources available for members to download and use. <!-- The Arborists’ Working Group The Arborists’ Working Group (AWG) is here to help arborists. Whether you are an individual arborist, a small com...
 10/12/2015      09:49
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Studying Arboriculture  Arborists can attain a host of qualifications, from City & Guilds CS tickets all the way up to Masters and PhDs. Depending on which aspect of managing trees you want to work in you can find out what you need to do here.
 25/03/2019      14:08
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Do you need any form of training before you can set out traffic management signs and cones on a publ  We strongly advise that tree work contractors undertake appropriate training for all activities they carry out in order to comply with legislation. In this case the New Roads and Street Works Act along with relevant guidance such as the Safety at Street Works and Road Works C...
 25/11/2015      07:26
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Choose your Tree Surgeon?  Choosing your Tree Surgeon (Arborist) GOOD CLIMBING PRACTICE BAD CLIMBING PRACTICE If tree work is not done properly it could lead to: INJURY to people * DAMAGE to property * SERIOUS HARM to your trees that have taken many years to grow… ...
 02/12/2015      15:39
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What is a Tree Consultant?  A tree (arboricultural) consultant is someone who has gained recognised qualifications and expertise in the care and management of trees - particularly trees in landscape and amenity features, in gardens and parks or other populated settings where they are for the enjoyment a...
 12/12/2015      19:19
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How can I ensure that the equipment I use meets the statutory regulations?  Work Equipment Legal requirements The primary objective of the  Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998  (PUWER) is to ensure that work equipment should not result in health and safety risks, regardless of its age, condition or origin and that it should be ...
 25/11/2015      11:00
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