Chainsaw

CHAINSAW OPERATOR SAFETY TRAINING COURSE

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Description

Industry Training Qld (Provider No. 30477) offers CHAINSAW OPERATOR SAFETY TRAINING COURSE

FWPCOT2237 – Maintain chainsaws

This unit describes the outcomes required to carry out maintenance of hand-held chainsaws. It relates to the maintenance and servicing requirements of chainsaw power heads and cutting attachments; chain sharpening, cleanup, storage procedures and recording requirements

General legislative, regulatory and workplace requirements apply to this unit; however there are no specific licensing or certification requirements at the time of publication the unit involves maintaining chainsaws in a variety of work settings including a forest environment, agricultural, workshop, horticultural and  domestic settings.

FWPCOT2239 – Trim and cut felled trees

This unit describes the outcomes required to trim and cut felled trees with a chainsaw. It is intended for use in situations where the production of timber is not the primary focus of the activity. The unit also includes equipment maintenance.

General workplace legislative and regulatory requirements apply to this unit; specific licensing or certification requirements may apply in some states and territories.

This unit involves trimming and cutting felled trees with a chainsaw in a variety of work settings including a forest, agriculture, domestic, local council and emergency services environment, as relevant to the unit

FWPCOT2236 – Level II

 

Details will be released soon. Please contact us for further information.

This is a 2 day course including theory and practical.

Courses are available Monday to Friday on days to suit you and commence every week. Times are from 8.00am to approximately 5.00pm each day.

Supervised written and/or verbal and practical assessment

A Statement of Attainment to FPICOT2237A and  FPICOT2239A will be issued to applicants who meet the criteria required from the Training Package.

This may require supplementary evidence in the form of a report from a suitable supervisor, or further assessment on a second day.

Participants will need to wear their own protective boots and hi-vis shirt.  All other required equipment and training notes are provided for participant’s use. 
In order to increase training relevance and operator comfort, trainees are encouraged to use any or all their own equipment if practicable.

This includes:

Chainsaw, tools, wedges,  fuel and oil, Safety equipment , Hard hat , Approved eye protection, Hearing protection (ear plugs or ear muffs) , Safety boots and over-socks (recommended) ,
Cut resistant trousers or chaps , Work gloves (optional).

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Contact Details

If you require any further information, please contact Industry Training Qld
1300 872 462 | admin@itq.net.au