This three-day course builds on the skills and knowledge of trim and cut felled trees course to teach students how to safely fall small trees. The course teaches students how to fall trees where hazards are assessed as low to moderate. This is typically without a strong lean or structural defect and trees where the diameter at breast height is less than 30cm and the height of the tree is less than 25 metres. The course provides students with a larger tool box of skills to use when falling trees, including:
- Different scarfing methods and when they should be used
- Falling Safety
- Identifying direction of lean
- Identifying hazards
- Hung up trees
National Competency Code
FWPCOT2237: Maintain Chainsaws
FWPCOT2239: Trim and Cut Felled Trees
FWPCOT2236: Fall Trees Manually (Basic)
3 days depending on student experience
A maximum of 12 students per class – with 2 instructors.
Specific Course Requirements
All equipment provided including chainsaws, PPE. If students have their own equipment and chainsaws they are encouraged to bring it along so that they can become familiar on equipment they will use regularly.
If the course is to be held outside of our Canberra location access to suitable trees that have either fallen or that can be felled is required.
Competency is assessed by a theory examination and practical assessment
At the completion of the course students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment and pocket sized laminated ticket that details the competencies they have been awarded with.
The industry for chainsaw certification is that students should be reassessed for competency every three years. At the end of three years students will be required to attend a one day reassessment.
The cost for the 3 day course is $900
GST is not levied on Nationally Accredited training
Keir Ramsey 0432 553 642
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.lemketimbertraining.com.au
Location of Course
Canberra, ACT or on request we can travel to your location.
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