Trees and Timber Apprenticeship (Arborist) - Level 2 or 3 at Askham Bryan College
Work-based learning and assessment at your place of work with some college-based study. Learners must be in a paid work placement to commence an apprenticeship programme, and would usually enter at the Level 2 Apprenticeship stage before progressing to the Level 3.
• Woodchipper operations
• Tree identification
• Tree climbing and aerial rescue
• Mobile elevated work platforms
• Maintenance of chainsaws
• Cross cutting with chainsaws
• Aerial tree pruning
• Small tree felling
• Pollution incidents
• Prepare a safe working site
• Chainsaw from rope and harness
• Health and Safety
• English and maths
• Plan, deliver and evaluate environmental projects
• Produce management plans for environmental sites
• Carry out surveys and communicate findings
Actual course themes studied will be dependent on level.
Level 2 Apprenticeship: Level 1 Maths and English equivalent to GCSE grade 2 (old GCSE grade E) or above, plus suitable and relevant employment and will be expected to work towards Level 2 Maths and English where this has not been achieved.
Level 3 Apprenticeship: Usually a Level 2 work-based qualification (Intermediate Apprenticeship) or considerable work experience, plus suitable employment. Applicants must be capable of achieving, or have achieved, Level 2 Maths and English.
A mix between assessment at your place of work and some study at the College.
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A Level 3 course such as the Diplomain Forestry and Arboriculture or a Degree in a related subject.
A range of opportunities including employment abroad. After gaining experience you could then start your own business.
How to apply
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