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Aerial Rigging (November 2016)
Mon, 28 Nov 2016, 09:00 – Thu, 1 Dec 2016, 16:30 GMT
Aerial Tree Cutting
This advanced level Level 3 Award in Aerial Rigging will cover rigging techniques used to dismantle the tree. This course supercedes the old CS41 ticket.
What is covered?
In addition to health and safety aspects, relevant legislation concerning climbing such as LOLER, and visual tree assessments will be covered. The course covers potential loading of various rigging setups and relates that to equipment compatibility; you'll also be covering tip ties, butt ties and cradling techniques as well as chogging down sections - depending on candidates experience we may also cover more advanced techniques, if we get the chance.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the course cost?
The total cost for the course is £526.00 and this includes all tuition fees, assessor costs and City & Guilds registration and admin fees. The deposit fee of £50.00 will be deducted from the total cost, and you will be issued an invoice for the remainder on the first day of the course - at that point you will have 28 days to pay.
Are there any pre-requisites to this course?
Yes. You must already hold...
- CS30 or the Level 2 Award in Chainsaw Maintenance & Crosscutting.
- CS31 or the Level 2 Award in Felling & Processing Trees Up To 380mm.
- CS38 or the Level 2 Award in Tree Climbing & Aerial Rescue.
- CS39 or the Level 3 Award in Aerial Cutting Using Freefall Techniques.
What should I bring with me?
You may bring your own climbing equipment, although you must be able to demonstrate that it holds an in-date, current LOLER certificate. You may bring your own top-handled chainsaw (please supply your own fuel / oil too).
You must provide your own chainsaw protective equipment - chainsaw trousers, chainsaw boots, and an in-date helmet with ear and eye protection as a minimum. You are welcome to bring along your own rigging equipment too if you would like to learn using the gear that you would normally use.
Please bring your own food and drink.
Please bring appropriate clothing for the weather.
When will the assessment be?
The assessment is planned to run on the final day of the course (26th August 2016).
I have further questions... can I contact the organiser directly?
Of course, please follow the link and send your message to Drivelink Training. http://drivelinktraining.co.uk/contact.html