This course specifies the outcomes required to trim and cut felled trees with a chainsaw and to assess, plan and safely carry out intermediate manual tree falling operations. The training applies to a forest environment and involves application of skills and knowledge at a tradesperson level. These skills and knowledge are to be used within the scope of the person's job and authority.
|Qualification:||Statement of Attainment - training in Chainsaw Skills [from FPI11]|
|Duration:||A series of workshops, 2-day weekend workshop followed by a 3-day workshop at CIT or workplace (will vary depending on the individual's knowledge, experience and/or application in the workplace).|
|Likely Job Outcome:||Professional development for Arborists.|
|Application Type:||Register Your Interest|
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Trim and cut felled trees
CIT Code: HORT1338 Cost: $400 Description:
This unit describes the outcomes required to trim and cut felled trees with a chainsaw. It is intended for use in situations where the production of timber is not the primary focus of the activity. The unit also includes equipment maintenance. General workplace legislative and regulatory requirements apply to this unit; specific licensing or certification requirements may apply in some states and territories.
Fall trees manually (intermediate)
CIT Code: HORT1339 Cost: $400 Description:
This unit describes the outcomes required to assess, plan and safely carry out manual tree-felling operations using a chainsaw in a non-production environment. This unit covers the felling procedures for trees with a level of complexity that requires significant tree assessment and practical felling skills. Persons competent in this unit should be able to effectively fell most trees with the exception of the very large and those that have significant defects and/or characteristics causing excessive complexity.
Techniques for trees with a diameter greater than the bar length would generally be regarded as within the scope of this unit.
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