Do you use a chainsaw at work have to feel small trees? This course is for you! This course will help you drop trees safely get the best out of your chainsaw. We focus on "fall direction" and "hinge wood". The operate and maintain chainsaws course is a prerequisite.
This course is nationally recognised throughout Australia
Send your training enquiry today, and we’ll be in touch to access your requirements and schedule your training at a time that suits you.
We will show you how to feel trees low risk trees use the right cut for the job. A sharp chain and well maintained saw is a great tool that can be used to remove fallen trees. This course will give you the confidence to operate a chainsaw in a safe manner.
Train Safe NT can come to you and do the Nationally Accredited training at your workplace or Aboriginal community. Give us a call to discuss training options. The Unit of Competency is AHCPCM203 Fell small trees and each participant must have completed Operate and Maintain Chainsaws course, this is a pre-requisite.
You will learn how to safely and successfully operate and maintain a chainsaw.
The unit of competency is: AHCPCM203 Fell small trees
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