The winter arborist course in Auckland 2015 are aimed at all local professionals and recreational tree climbers.
Auckland’s 2015 Winter Arborist Courses July Schedule
Tree Climbing Training Courses
Modern tree climbing techniques enable the tree climber to position them self safely anywhere in the tree canopy.
A tree climber who is positioned safely will have fewer incidents. For efficient tree rigging and pruning a good knowledge about modern tree climbing will increase the productivity of the climber.
Book now for Arborist Courses 20th to 22 July 2015
The 3 day tree climbing training is tailored specifically for first time tree climber. The aim is to impart knowledge about the basic principles of tree climbing. Introduction to Tree climbing training gives insight into theoretical and practical tree climbing techniques, different knots and important safety measures. Successful completion enables the participant to access and move in a tree safely and to perform a basic aerial rescue.
Book now for Arborist Courses 20th July 2015
This workshop is designed for experienced arborist and tree workers who climb in a traditional style. After attending this tree climbing course the participant will understand the difference between modern and traditional tree climbing. The climbers will learn how to use modern tree climbing techniques to increase there productivity.
Book now for Arborist Courses 30th July 2015
The advanced tree climbing techniques course provides participants with training in the use of advanced double rope work positioning techniques for tree climbing.
Book now for Arborist Courses 31st July 2015
This workshop is designed for arborist and tree workers who have a basic understanding of modern tree climbing but have not yet or just started using single rope technique. After attending this course the participant will understand the advantages and disadvantages of single rope technique for access and work positioning in tree climbing.
We know a good production climber is also a good rescue climber and a good tree rigger is also a good rescue rigger. So we at Pro Climb have designed a unique arborist training programme where we combine aerial rescue, tree climbing and tree rigging training in an all-in-one package.
Book now for SUD Arborist Courses 6th to 7th Aug 2015
This SUD programme includes a first aid training, a safety induction, a PPE inspection, a customised safety awareness, an aerial rescue training & an emergency response training.
Book now for SUD Arborist Courses 7th Aug 2015
This SUD programme includes a safety induction, a PPE inspection, a customised safety awareness, an aerial rescue training & an emergency response training.
Tree Rigging Training Arborist Courses:
Modern tree rigging techniques are designed to reduce the labour intensive work and to eliminate potential damage to property while removing limbs or whole trees. Every section of the tree that is lowered can be controlled until it reaches its dedicated landing zone. A well trained rigging crew will maximise productivity and minimise accidental property damage.
Book now for Tree Rigging Arborist Courses 14th Sept 2015
Participant who have attended the workshop introduction to tree rigging will understand it’s fundamentals. They will have understood the limitations of different gear, rigging systems, and working methods.
Book now for Tree Rigging Arborist Courses 15th Sept 2015
This workshop is designed for experienced arborist and tree workers who want to go to the next level. After attending this workshop the participant will know how to asses and conduct large tree dismantles safely and efficiently.
Book now for Tree Rigging Arborist Courses 16th Sept 2015
This workshop is designed for experienced arborist and tree workers who want to learn about the full potential of sky lines and speed lines in tree work.
Aerial rescue for tree climbers Arborist Courses
Our Aerial Rescue training will demonstrate ways of how to support a self rescue or how to retrieve an injured climber out of the tree after an accident. The aerial rescue training will help to understand how people react in emergency situation and how to master them efficiently. Studies have shown that the better a team is prepared for the worst case scenario; the more unlikely is it to happen.