Hi-Line Training provides wide-ranging ground-based, aerial and utility arboriculture courses and specialist arboriculture/forestry first aid training, in addition to multiple arboriculture, climbing and tree-related workshops. Our instructors and C&G NPTC assessors are experienced arborists with more than 20 years’ experience in the arboriculture industry.
For those starting their career, we offer a fast-track course, including chainsaw maintenance and cross-cutting (formerly CS30), felling up to 380 mm (formerly CS31), tree climbing and aerial rescue (formerly CS38), chainsaw from a rope and harness (formerly CS39) and forestry/arboriculture emergency first aid at work as a package. If you are looking at joining the utility arboriculture sector, we can include the specialist utility arboriculture qualifications.
For qualified tree surgeons and arborists, we offer more advanced courses, such as aerial tree pruning and aerial tree rigging, chainsaw refreshers and workshops, such as stationary rope techniques (SRT), advanced rigging and aerial rescue first aid.
For organisations wishing to provide additional training for their teams, we work with you to build bespoke team safety days, practical first aid workshops and aerial work updates, focusing on your unique requirements.
What Our Customers Say
“They have all come away with nothing but admiration for the training they received. Their first aid courses are fantastic and offer a realistic course suited to the arb industry. A course which allows our staff to fully engage and learn in a more familiar setting rather than in a classroom. AC will continue to use Hi-Line Training as one of our main training providers as we have the confidence our staff will be given the best training possible. Thank you to Kirsty and the team for your services.”
“AC have been using Hi-Line Training for several years now and the reason for this is their professionalism and knowledge of the industry. From admin right through to the training/assessment, Hi-Line Training provide that level of service not seen elsewhere. AC have been using Hi-Line Training for first aid and utility arb training and have seen many of our employees visit their training centre in Exeter.”