New Year, New Job - Newlands Training Offers Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue CoursesBy Newlands Training, PRNE
Monday, January 31, 2011
DORCHESTER, England, February 1, 2011 - A New Year calls for a new start, so why not learn a new skill by taking
part in an arboricultural training course? Land based training provider
Newlands Training offers a wide range of chainsaw training courses
(www.newlandstraining.com/), pesticide courses, tree inspection
courses and much more. Whether you are retraining altogether or adding an
extra dimension to an existing arboricultural qualification, their latest
course in Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue offers excitement, in-depth
knowledge and job satisfaction.
The Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue course is perfect for those already
working within the landscaping or conservation sectors and wish to develop
their skills or offer a new service. The course will teach trainees how to
safely climb trees and branch walk, rescue a casualty from a tree and achieve
a safe working position in a tree to use a hand saw. The course will provide
each trainee with the knowledge and skill set to be assessed for the NPTC
Unit 38 Certificate of Competence 'Climb Trees and Perform Aerial Rescue'.
Lesley Simpson, Managing Director of Newlands Training, said, "We are so
pleased to be able to offer such an exciting and vital course to potential
trainees. The skills they acquire will allow them to provide an essential and
sometimes lifesaving service." She added "this course is perfect for those
who are looking to expand upon existing knowledge and add an extra dimension
to their working day."
The Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue course is part of Newlands Training's
extensive range of chainsaw based courses, which in turn, is part of a wider
range of courses available covering all aspects of land based work.
To learn more about the course on offer please visit Newlandstraining.com
Lesley Simpson on +44-(0)1305-848454, email@example.com
Press Contacts: Lesley Simpson on +44-(0)1305-848454, lesleysimpson at farmline.com
Tags: Dorchester, England, February 1, Newlands Training, United Kingdom