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Basic Tree Survey & Inspection - LANTRA Awards

LANTRA training course covers relevant health and safety and the knowledge required to identify potential tree hazards.

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Product number: LANTRA_TS&I|3707

This course aims to provide delegates with the knowledge required to identify potential tree hazards and report to an appropriate expert.

  • State the legal and safety implications of hazardous trees
  • Maintain your own health and safety while carrying out a basic tree survey and inspection
  • Recognise hazardous trees
  • Determine level of risk
  • Decide on an appropriate course of action
  • Collect and maintain adequate information
  • Recognise your own limitations

This course is targeted at those who may have a responsibility for trees in the course of their work.  Identifying hazardous trees is a vital part of a number of jobs, from park rangers to estate workers.

Examples would include:

  • Local Authority Highway Inspectors
  • Forest and Woodland managers
  • Park Rangers
  • Farmers and Landowners 

Additionally, this course may be useful for those who work with trees in a voluntary capacity.

Although our course is mostly classroom-based, you’ll be expected to be able to look at a range of trees outside. If you have mobility problems or a medical condition that could have an impact on your health and safety, please let us know prior to the course.

Upon successful completion of the course delegates will receive a LANTRA accredited certificate.

This course aims to provide delegates with the knowledge required to identify potential tree hazards and report to an appropriate expert.

  • State the legal and safety implications of hazardous trees
  • Maintain your own health and safety while carrying out a basic tree survey and inspection
  • Recognise hazardous trees
  • Determine level of risk
  • Decide on an appropriate course of action
  • Collect and maintain adequate information
  • Recognise your own limitations

This course is targeted at those who may have a responsibility for trees in the course of their work.  Identifying hazardous trees is a vital part of a number of jobs, from park rangers to estate workers.

Examples would include:

  • Local Authority Highway Inspectors
  • Forest and Woodland managers
  • Park Rangers
  • Farmers and Landowners 

Additionally, this course may be useful for those who work with trees in a voluntary capacity.

Although our course is mostly classroom-based, you’ll be expected to be able to look at a range of trees outside. If you have mobility problems or a medical condition that could have an impact on your health and safety, please let us know prior to the course.

Upon successful completion of the course delegates will receive a LANTRA accredited certificate.

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