This apprenticeship standard is an ideal programme for those wishing to work in an environment involving diverse activities such as chainsaw work, aerial tree work, pruning, dismantling and using appropriate machinery such as brushwood chippers.
This can be for local authorities, private companies and many are also self- employed. Tree work can be physically demanding and involves working outdoors in all weathers. Undertaking aerial tree work but may also be ground-based. They will do a range of tree work jobs with indirect supervision. Being capable of supporting the tree work team across a range of basic technical skills.
This apprenticeship is delivered through a blended learning approach of planned face to face learning sessions, remote learning activities, workplace visits, on and off the job training and 1 to 1 support.
It covers areas such as:
Throughout the apprenticeship learners will complete a portfolio of evidence with work they have completed. Without this evidence learners will not be able to progress to their End Point Assessment.
The following licence to practice qualifications are delivered as part of the learning journey and MUST be achieved prior to end point assessment:
This apprenticeship includes an end point assessment consisting of:
Completing this apprenticeship programme with its transferable skills will enable progression into roles such as supervisory, management or advisory roles.
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