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A practical course designed for the professional user or anyone who requires the National Proficiency Test Council (NPTC) Certificate of Competence.
The course covers specialist cutting techniques for using saws up trees. CS39 is accepted by the HSE as evidence of suitable training and competence for professional arborist who operate chainsaws and perform aerial tree-work operations.
The practical skills and underpinning knowledge that is required prior to being assessed for the Certificate of Competence, as required by legislation.
A practical assessment with an external NPTC assessor following the three-day course.
Progression to CS32.
For further course information and to book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01278 655065
|Course Title||Use of Chainsaw from Rope and Harness (CS39)|
Learners must already hold the NPTC Certificate of Competence CS30 Maintain and Operate a Chainsaw, CS31 Small Tree Felling and CS38 Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue qualifications. Learners will be required to bring the following to the course:
You may bring your own tree climbing equipment; however, this will need to be checked for suitability by the course instructor.
|Attendance Requirements||The course in held on demand and will run for 30 hours over one week.|
My knowledge of trees has deepened as I have progressed from the Level 2 course to Level 3, and all of the skills and knowledge I’ve gained will help in my career in arboriculture after college. I have had the opportunity to gain my NPTC chainsaw qualifications and to do work experience with Connor Down Tree Services, where I enjoyed doing both grounds work and climbing work.
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