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Gardenbusters NPTC Training

Total Bird Control sister company in Cannock Chase for NPTC training

Garden-Training-1-300x225The tree team have recently attended a very interesting and informative week in the woods of Cannock Chase where they received NPTC training by BASE Instructor, Ian Morgan.

The idea behind this latest training course was to improve and update on current skills, as well as to learn some of the latest in tree care and tree removal methods. They were shown techniques that will not only improve on health & Safety but will also ensure that the highest possible standards are used when undertaking work. This in turn will assist in completing jobs in the most effective manner…….all good news for our clients.

Garden-Training-2-225x300Everyone involved enjoyed the course very much and are now looking forward to putting their newly gained skills into practice. The next training course for the tree team is booked in for May when they renew their first aid certificates on a three day course.

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Highfield Farm, Middle Lane, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 0DX 

0121 695 9076

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