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Risk Management of Trees for Outdoor Learning & Site Management: how to monitor trees in order to comply with the Norfolk County Council Tree Safety Management Policy

Thursday 12th March 2020

A mix of indoor and outdoor sessions covering core tree physiology and looking at real case studies to help school staff monitor trees in order to comply with the Norfolk County Council Tree Safety Management Policy, enabling level 1 inspection of trees on school and NCC sites.

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Identify obvious defects by visual inspection of the trees from ground level with the aid of binoculars, mallet and a probe
  • Record defects and place the tree in a broad category of risk rating
  • Identify the required action upon finding a tree with an obvious defect

Cost £170 per delegate which includes lunch and refreshments.

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or call Educator Solutions on 01603 307710

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