Welcome to Scott Fraser Treework Training
With over 20 years in the arboricultural industry and still actively involved on a commercial basis Scott is in an ideal position to relate the training you need to your commercial reality.
Benefits of professional training
With rising costs and more regulation across your business you might well ask why should I invest in training?
- Training is a legal requirement
- Compliance with insurance requirments or AAAC Scheme
- Improved productivity
- Greater job satisfaction
- Expanded skill base
- Increased professionalism
- Networking with motivated like minded people
Lantra Awards Approved Instructor
Lantra Awards is a subsidiary of Lantra Sector Skills Council for the Land Based Industries. Rigorous approval and on-going assessment ensure that a consistently high standard of both technical knowledge and instructional style is achieved. Lantra Awards also have an excellent set of course workbooks that are available with most popular courses. Depending on the course type Lantra Awards issue a record or certificate of training.
NPTC Approved Assessor
City & Guilds NPTC (National Proficiency Test Council) is the awarding body for a suite of qualifications at NVQ levels two and three aimed at the tree work industry. They are nationally recognised and well respected qualifications that have been exported to Spain and South Africa.
“This was a good course that met all my needs. Scott was flexible in spending more time on specific areas I was concerned about. I came away feeling much more confident in what I need to do.” National Conservation Charity Trainer, Sussex
“well organised, informative and enjoyable training, - exactly what we needed” Arboricultural manager Sussex based arboretum.
"I feel that I have learnt more than I expected to. The venue and knowledge given were fantastic. I certainly built confidence with using a chainsaw and learnt a fair bit about woodland management too. I learnt to keep an eye out for others working around me and became an expert at winching hung up trees! I thought Scotts use of the correct vocabulary for all parts of the instruction were spot on - I was never left feeling - what did he mean by that? Very precise answers to all my questions" Shoreham based landscape contractor
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