Staffordshire arborist trainer, Ian Morgan, launched his new promotional arborist training website today. The new website provides a depth of information regarding the wide range of tree care and arboriculture courses that the new arb training company provides.
Based in Staffordshire on the fringes of Cannock Chase, Ian feels this is the perfect location to run his arb courses and manage his new arborist business. Ian is well known within the arb industry for his high quality training ability and has been training students to climb and care for trees for a good number of years now.
All training courses are designed to train candidates to a level above and beyond the standards required to pass the relevant NPTC assessments and all trainers are experienced in the latest equipment and techniques used in the arboricultural industry.
All the popular arborist courses are run on a regular basis. For example CS 30, Chainsaw maintenance and cross-cutting and CS 31, the felling of small trees training course along with CS 38/39/40/41 etc are all available throughout the year. They also run courses for the utility arborist industry for people working adjacent to overhead power lines up to and including 400KV. The UA1 to UA5 training courses and qualifications will satisfy the criteria for most network electricity companies.
Ian Morgan Arb Training also offers a number of other supplementary courses. For example they run first aid courses, Safe and correct use of chippers, stump grinders, brush cutters and pole saws. Ian and his team of trainers can also provide training for the safe and correct use of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (or MEWPS) as well as manual handling and a wide range of other industry related areas.
Ian and the team also provide a LOLER inspection service, being able to inspect all climbing and rigging kits, and produce all the necessary paperwork for the operator to complete on a weekly basis so as to be compliant with the regulations.
All of Ian’s trainers and assessors are experienced in the industry and have a wealth of knowledge and tips to pass on to candidates to make their job safer and more efficient.
You can book any of the wide range of arborist and forestry training courses or find out more by telephoning 01785 330377 or you can find out more by visiting the brand new website, http://www.ianmorganarb.com. The team are happy to help you find the right course for you, today.
Ian Morgan Arb’s new website was designed by Staffordshire Web Design Company, Rake Mark Web Design. Lead web designer, Sarah Brassington, worked in the natural colours and shapes of the industry providing a solid brand with a new logo and naturally clean and fresh design. To find out how Rake Mark Web Design in Stafford can help your business find success on the web then call Sarah and the team on 01785 256 222
The logo is stunning. It’s the best bit of the site
Great use of colour, especially for a tree care company.
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