LANTRA Brushcutters and Trimmers

This Lantra certificated 2 day course will help you to learn all you need to know about Brushcutters & Trimmers, from safe operation to machine preparation and maintenance.

LANTRA Brushcutters and Trimmers

About LANTRA Brushcutters and Trimmers

4th July 2019
26th August 2019
4th November 2019
10am - 4pm
Stirling
£110 plus vat and Eventbite fees
Event organiser/part of TCV Scotland Stirling Branch
Call 0178647969
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Course Dates:
4th and 5th July
26th and 27th August
4th and 5th November

As part of our 60th birthday celebrations this training course is half price thanks to the player's of the People's Postcode Lottery.

This 2 day course will teach you all you need to know about Brushcutters and Trimmers and will lead to a LANTRA certificate.

You will learn

Maintenance and operation (engine, drive system gear head)
Selecting, maintaining and fitting the appropriate cutting head
Correct personal protective clothing
Adjusting the machine and harness
Inspecting the site and indentifying hazards
Environmental considerations
Fuelling and starting the machine
Cutting test areas
After care and safe transportation
Instructor’s Details - Willie Johnson has been training for over 25 years specialising in Health and Safety, pesticides, machinery and plant courses. He is involved in the development and auditing of skill based training for Lantra Awards. He is a national Proficiency Test Council assessor and has membership with IIRSM and Tech IOSH.

What to bring with you – Gloves, Steel toe-capped footwear, suitable protective clothing, ear defenders, hard hat with either a face shield or a mesh visor with safety glasses / goggles and 2 passport photographs for Lantra Certificate. Clean shoes for the classroom. If you have your own brushcutter you can bring it along with you.

Location – Homesteads Nursery, Dumbarton Rd, Stirling, FK8 3AW

Homesteads Nursery is on the A811 (Dumbarton Road) approximately ½ mile from the King’s Knot roundabout. The entrance is opposite Falleninch Farm. Parking is available at the polytunnels.

Stirling is accessible via public transport and Homesteads Nursery is 1½ miles from the Bus & Train Station

Catering – Please bring a pack lunch

Cost - £110 plus vat and Eventbite fees *half price offer*

Terms & Conditions - The full fee is payable for cancellations within 7 days of event.

Additional Dates: 26 August 2019, 04 November 2019

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for LANTRA Brushcutters and Trimmers are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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