Chainsaw lvl 1 Course EOI and Skills Maintenance - Brisbane DRT 7

Chainsaw lvl 1 Course EOI and Skills Maintenance – Brisbane DRT

TRAINING EVENT: Chainsaw Trim and Crosscut (Lvl 1) Course, Chainsaw Skills Maintenance, and Social Gathering.
COURSE PROVIDER: Intraining Systems
LOCATION: Riverbend QLD
DATE: 25-26 September 2021
TIMINGS: 0800-1600
MUSTER STATUS REQUIRED: Engagement Ready or Deployment Ready

BACKGROUND
Disaster Relief Australia and the Brisbane DRT are hosting a Trim and Crosscut Chainsaw course to provide training opportunities to members to upskill our teams ready for the next opportunity to serve those impacted by a disaster, or who need our help.

COURSE DETAILS
Over the two day period you will be trained and assessed on the following competencies;

FWPCOT2254 Maintain Chainsaws
https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/FWPCOT2254
This unit of competency describes the knowledge and skills required to maintain fuel or electrically powered hand-held chainsaws. The unit includes completing routine maintenance service as well as periodic maintenance servicing and chain sharpening.

FWPCOT2256 Trim and Cut Felled Trees
https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/FWPCOT2256
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to trim and cut felled trees with a chainsaw and complete operator maintenance.

WHO CAN APPLY
Those DRA Members who reside in Queensland and Northern Rivers will be considered as priority for this training opportunity. Residents of other states MAY be considered, however border restrictions on either leaving or returning home may make this prohibitive.

WHAT IS COVERED
Chainsaws and chainsaw PPE will be provided by DRA
Onsite camping is available (DRA members to bring own gear)
If possible, new DRA long sleeve shirts will be provided to successful participants without one.
DRA will provide basic catering for the course.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED
No fuel or travel subsidy will be provided. Car pooling maybe available?
Please note you must bring your own steel cap/composite toe work boots, long sleeve shirt and work pants a must. (Chainsaw PPE will be provided).

PREREQUISITES
Members must have reached ENGAGEMENT or DEPLOYMENT READY in Muster to be eligible for DRA Training.
If you are waiting on a call or have had trouble setting up your profile, please indicate this in your EOI and the Membership team will be in touch to help you out.

Submission of an EOI is not a guarantee of attendance.

Please note: Check spam and junk folders for missing communications!

Course POC:
Mitch Haw
Robert Delaney

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