Successful completion of either course will qualify the trainee for a LANTRA certificate of training (provided the required standard is met).
This is recognised by the Health and Safety Executive as adequate evidence of a chainsaw user having received appropriate training.
However, many employers (such as the forestry Commission, National Parks etc) and most insurance companies require a chainsaw operator to have an certificate of competence. This is gained by a rigorous assessment by an appointed assessor which we can arrange.
Following completion of one of my courses, professional assessment can be arranged.
For more info contact Phil or Karen on:
I will travel anywhere in the UK to deliver courses for 4 candidates. Travel expenses are 70p per mile.
Full equipment hire is available (everything from PPE to chainsaws and sharpening tools).