We provide advanced arborist training in tree rigging, tree climbing and aerial rescue to all local professionals. All arborist training is offered in-house or at our public workshop locations.
We believe that safety and efficiency do not exclude each other.
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We know that 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.
We combine aerial rescue, tree climbing and tree rigging training in an all-in-one package.
This arborist training is offered biannually or annually, depending on your needs. An arborist training day always consists of an aerial rescue refresher and some new climbing and rigging techniques that will be customised to your demands. This approach will raise the level of competency of all individuals in the company and create a safer and more efficient work environment.
Aerial Rescue Training
The Aerial rescue techniques have improved over the last few years. While only a short time ago many aerial rescue techniques were utterly complex. The more recent development has deliver techniques that need little gear and are at the same time very safe and efficient. Read More…
- Self rescue and basic rescue (level 1)
- Complex aerial rescues (level 2)
- Assisted aerial rescues ( Level 3)
Tree Rigging Training
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 piece 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.
- Introduction to Tree Rigging
- Advanced Dismantling and Tree Rigging Techniques
- Sky and Speed Lines for Tree Dismantling and Material Transport
- Tree Rigging with the GRCS
- Crane Assisted Tree Removal Training
Tree Climbing Training
Modern tree climbing techniques enable the arborist to position himself safely anywhere in the tree canopy. An arborist who is positioned safely will have fewer accidents and will prune with a better result. For efficient tree rigging good knowledge about modern tree climbing will increase the productivity.
- Introduction to Tree Climbing
- Introduction to Modern Tree Climbing
- Advanced Tree Climbing Techniques
- Single Rope Technique (SRT) for Tree Climbing
- Tree Climbing for Canopy Research
Our arborist training is limited to six participants per trainer. This allows for hands on workshop experience, so questions can be discussed in a personal atmosphere.