pole saw course perth

Operate a Pole Saw

TRAINING EVENT: Operate a Pole Saw
COURSE PROVIDER: A Plus Training Solutions
LOCATIONS: Carlisle then Relocate to practical cutting site (nearby in Kenwick) at around midday. Course concludes at that site.
DATE: Tuesday 5th October 2021
TIME: arrive 7.30am for a 7.45am Start | 4.00pm Finish
MUSTER STATUS REQUIRED: Engagement Ready or Deployment Ready

BACKGROUND
Disaster Relief Australia and the newly established DRT Western Australia is hosting a Pole Saw training opportunity to members to further upskill our team ready for the next opportunity to serve those impacted by a disaster, or who need
our help.

COURSE DETAILS
FWPCOT3238 – Operate a Pole Saw

This course covers how to operate a pole saw safely perform maintenance tasks correctly and apply recommended pruning techniques:

Sharpen chain with files set to correct angles
To identify problem and equipment faults and select treatments
Assess the capacity and suitability of equipment to the task of trimming trees

The course is limited to 10 people.

WHO CAN APPLY
Those DRA Members who reside in Western Australia will be considered as priority for this training opportunity.

WHAT IS COVERED

Coffee and tea beverages will be provided on arrival and at morning tea time.
All other equipment and PPE are provided.
Training Course, Trainer Instructor, Assessment and Course Certification.
If possible, new DRA long sleeve shirts will be provided to successful participants without one.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED

Participants will need to bring all food and snacks for the day including morning tea,
lunch and afternoon tea and at least a litre of drinking water each.
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, hi-vis clothing for the bush and work pants a must.

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.

Even though this training is FREE for you as a DRA Member, please be reminded that there are costs to DRA in providing this training and we therefore greatly appreciate your commitment to complete the Course, and a willingness to provide ongoing support to DRA.

Submission of an EOI is not a guarantee of attendance.

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