88 training courses found
This course has been accredited by the Landscape Institute and the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA). The course promotes thinking in terms of place and identity, physical and phenomenal relationships at scales from site to region, social and ecological systems and informs the design process in terms of function, context, meaning and form.
This course is designed for individuals, who require basic knowledge of the correct method of lungeing. The training will also be beneficial for owners of small ponies as a means of keeping them fit.
This one day course is suitable for the complete novice and anyone assisting with harvest. Topics covered include safe use, driving and trailer towing.
This course is necessary for anyone involved with pesticide use and should be completed prior to any other pesticide module. Topics covered include legislation, pesticide preparation, record keeping and environmental safety.
This course is for those wishing to operate a chainsaw from a rope and harness. Three consecutive days training followed by a one day NPTC assessment.
This course is designed for people who apply pesticides from a knapsack sprayer using hydraulic nozzle or rotary atomiser type sprayers. Some of the topics covered are: Preparation of equipment; Calibration; Record keeping.
This course is designed for people who apply pesticides from a conventional boom sprayer with hydraulic nozzle and/or rotary atomiser. Some of the topics covered are safe driving practice, calibration, post-spraying procedures and the use of a GPS Lightbar Guidance System.
This two day integrated training and assessment programme covers safe use and maintenance of a Powered Pole Pruner. Topics covered will include: risk assessments, legislation, personal protective equipment, pre-use checks, routine checks and maintenance, preparation of site, machine and materials.
This three day integrated training and assessment programme covering maintenance of the chainsaw and felling trees up to 150mm in diameter, is ideal for those working in the landscape industry that need to deal with small stems. This programme is also suitable for the lifestyle user wanting to cut firewood for a log burner.
This course is for those anticipating working in professional forestry, amenity or utility arboriculture activities and likely to be felling trees up to 380mm (15") in diameter. Four consecutive days training followed by a one day NPTC assessment.
This one day integrated training and assessment programme for experienced operators will cover the following: Settings and adjustments; Quality of finish; Safety and maintenance; Operational techniques; Public area responsibilities and productivity. The training is aimed at operators working in a commercial environment.
This is a re-qualification training for First Aiders in the workplace, reviews original course material and updates on advances in techniques and changes in legislation. It is a HSE requirement that participants bring their First Aid at Work certificate with them.
This course is ideal for anyone requiring basic first aid training. Some topics covered include: managing an incident, treatment of an unconscious casualty, resuscitation, shock and bleeding.
This course is for those intending to use a chainsaw for business, domestic or leisure activities. Topics covered include: basic maintenance and use of the chainsaw, on-site preparation and basic cross-cutting.
One day refresher training for those already holding the Lantra Awards certificate.
This one day college certificated course is for owners who would like to learn to groom their dogs at home. Topics covered include bathing, grooming, ear hair, nail clipping, parasites, skin problems and advice on anal glands.
Veterinary Nursing is the supportive care of animals receiving treatment within a Veterinary Practice. A veterinary nurse will work as part of the veterinary team, providing professional nursing care for sick and injured animals.
This course is an ideal starting point for you if you are interested in a career in floristry. Participants will develop a high standard of practical floristry skills to enable you to construct a wide range of commercial designs with confidence.
This three day integrated training and assessment programme is aimed at the experienced arborist or tree work professional, who already has the knowledge and skills to identify and diagnose potential problems, recommend and prioritise appropriate treatments and work programmes. The course is designed to help participants recognise hazardous trees as part of their main duties and then implement control measures in a specified and appropriate timescale.
This exciting course is run in conjunction with the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP). The programme is designed to develop the skills of the student to support veterinary surgeons in the rehabilitation of a variety of species and will in particular focus on equine and canine patients.