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    NPTC 0020-07 Accessing a tree using a rope and harness and 0020-13 Award in Tree climbing and Rescue

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    Arboriculture: Forestry and Tree Care

    This course covers the accessing of trees through climbing to carry out rescues in a variety of contexts.

    Course Information

    • Qualification: NPTC L3
    • Course Code: E80090 / O80090
    • Start Date: 15/05/2019
    • Duration: 5 Days
    • Campus: Easton, Otley
    • Cost:£700

    The aerial rescues includes recovery of both conscious and unconscious casualties. When carrying out aerial rescue you must maintain high standards of health and safety at all times for both yourself and the people you will come into contact with.  You must be fit to undertake this training and ideally be 18 years of age or over.

    Course Content Includes:

    • Identify Potential Hazards and Risks
    • Understand Requirements of Risk Assessment
    • Climbing equipment
    • Identify and inspect Equipment to LOLER Regulations
    • Carry out a plan of operation
    • Gain access into a tree using various techniques
    • Ascend and Descend a tree using rope and harness , move around crown
    • Emergency Procedures
    • Rescue a casualty with damaged or undamaged rope and three person team technique
    • Identify Key procedural points when dealing with a casualty
    • Retrieve , check and store rope and equipment.

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    Students aged 19 ( as of 31 August) and above can study any of our part time or short courses as well as our Access to Higher Education and Higher Education programme. Some of floristry, horticulture and arboriculture courses may also be available to adult learners. Please contact the College Admissions Team for more information, 08000 224556. Adult learning

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    For students resident in England and aged 18 and under on 31 August, before they are due to start their course in September, then your full time course fees are fully funded. For students aged 19 and over, and those looking to study a short course, please contact the College Admissions Team for more details on 08000 224556.