Severing Uprooted or Windblown Trees Using a Chainsaw SCQF Level 7

At a Glance

Assessment Type:
Observation Paper AND submit a project/workbook/report AND formal questioning – written or verbal
Delivery Method:
Theory/practical
Course Prerequisites:

Before registering on this qualification you must first have achieved the following:

  • Cross-cut timber using a chainsaw
  • Carry out maintenance of chainsaw and cutting system
  • Fell and process trees up to 380mm
  • Fell and process trees over 380mm.

Move up the career ladder with our specialist chainsaw awards course.

Overview in brief

Our course will enable you to prove your knowledge, understanding, and competence in this specific area of forestry and arboriculture work.

If you achieve this award, you'll have the opportunity to move on to a recognised qualification that reflects the national standard.

This will help boost your career prospects.

The finer details

Our course involves a balanced mix of theory and practical sessions.

It covers all the , knowledge and skills required to sever uprooted or windblown trees using a chainsaw.

This includes understanding and being able to promote, health and safety and industry best practice.

Who should attend?

The units/Qualifications will enable those who are successful to continue and complete further training and/or assessment within the forestry and arboriculture sector including full-time competency-based qualifications and further specialised qualifications at the same or higher level.

Learners may choose to progress on to forestry and/or arboriculture Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs), an apprenticeship framework and/or Higher National Certificates/Diplomas (HNC/Ds).

Certification is required for all professional forestry and arboriculture operations and is supported by industry good practice guidance, ‘training and certification,

The Qualifications may also enable progression in the workplace.

What will be covered?

By the end of this course, you'll:

  • Be able to promote health and safety and industry good practice
  • Be able to sever uprooted and windblown trees using a chainsaw
  • Understand relevant health and safety legislation and, practice
  • Understand how to sever uprooted or windblown trees using a chainsaw.

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