CITY AND GUILDS NPTC PDF

However, applications will be considered on their individual merit. Projects: The NPTC Fund welcomes direct applications to support projects and research where they further land based education and training, or help to inform industry on issues of the moment relating to skills development and vocational education in the land-based sector. However, applications will be considered on their individual merit and potential applicants interested in seeking more significant support are encouraged to contact the NPTC Fund Secretariat. Background to the project: The activities involved in arboricultural work in trees at height have significant health and safety implications. There was previously no over-arching guidance on this; those industry guides that were available were in need of revision. Project outcome: Following technical consultation and reviews from key stakeholders throughout the industry, the final completed ICoP was published in February as a free PDF download from the AA website.

Author:Samujind Mogar
Country:Nigeria
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Technology
Published (Last):21 April 2010
Pages:91
PDF File Size:1.64 Mb
ePub File Size:14.46 Mb
ISBN:943-1-22530-528-1
Downloads:71798
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Gardazil



What should you bring to the course? Full protection types are compulsory for tree climbing or inexperienced ground users, Type A are permitted for experienced ground users only. Jacket protective chainsaw jackets are now widely available and recommended for tree work but not compulsory — all upper body clothing should be non-snag. The above — excluding jackets — can be hired for the course but not for assessments 5 metre tape —for measuring felled timber — a cheap one is ok Personal First Aid Kit must include large wound dressing.

Non-snag outer clothing. Sun protection is advised for those rare occasions that we see it — minimum recommended is SPF 15 but this can be higher depending on skin type. NPTC Assessment This is not a part of the course : You will have been given advice and guidance on the assessments during the course.

You will also be given feedback at the end of the training to help you prepare for your test. Please be aware that you will need to read the materials that you were given during the course and practice what the instructor has told you to do. The test comprises a separate practical assessment with questions about 3 — 4 hours and is arranged through your local NPTC test centre.

Lynher Training Ltd. You will be asked for some form of photographic ID before you can take your assessment, please have this with you. Anyone under the age of 18 can only use a chainsaw under the supervision of a certificated operator. Persons with certain ailments or on certain medication may not be able to take part in the practical sessions. First Aid training is strongly recommended by the HSE.

BERLINER PLATZ 2 INTENSIVTRAINER PDF

Felling to 380mm/15″ (City and Guilds/NPTC – previously CS31)

What should you bring to the course? Full protection types are compulsory for tree climbing or inexperienced ground users, Type A are permitted for experienced ground users only. Jacket protective chainsaw jackets are now widely available and recommended for tree work but not compulsory — all upper body clothing should be non-snag. The above can be hired apart from the jacket for the course but not the assessment. Personal First Aid Kit must include large wound dressing.

KRZYSZTOF VARGA TROCINY PDF

City & Guilds NPTC

What should you bring to the course? Full protection types are compulsory for tree climbing or inexperienced ground users, Type A are permitted for experienced ground users only. Jacket protective chainsaw jackets are now widely available and recommended for tree work but not compulsory — all upper body clothing should be non-snag. The above — excluding jackets — can be hired for the course but not for assessments 5 metre tape —for measuring felled timber — a cheap one is ok Personal First Aid Kit must include large wound dressing. Non-snag outer clothing.

Related Articles