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Units 206 & 306 Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue Course

(previously CS38)

 

This is a physically demanding, but hugely enjoyable course that will introduce you to a wide range of climbing equipment and techniques. You will learn how to access a tree using rope and harness, and aerial tree rescue operations, giving you a greater understanding of how to work off the ground safely.

 

  • Access a tree using rope and harness and aerial tree rescue operations
  • Understand legislation in relation to tree climbing
  • Identify a range of P.P.E appropriate to work positioning systems
  • Tie, dress and set a range of tree climbing knots
  • Identify hazards and manage the associated risks
  • Carry out visual tree inspection
  • Carry out a pre-use inspection of tree climbing equipment
  • Choose appropriate anchor points
  • Use techniques for safe and efficient ascent and descent
  • Understand the duties of a competent grounds person
  • Establish safe and comfortable work positions
  • Use climbing irons (spikes) safely and efficiently
  • Carry out a variety of aerial rescue techniques
  • Store climbing equipment appropriately

 

NPTC Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue Assessment

Assessments for NPTC units 206 & 306 (previously CS38) can be carried out straight after the 5-day course has been completed, or at a later date.

 

Assessment only: We provide assessment only options for those with prior experience. There is no requirement to have completed a Red Stag Training course beforehand, however we would advise that interested parties consider a one-day refresher course.

 

For information on price and course duration, please see our Aerial Training Courses page.

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