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The Value of Learning for Arborists

Continuous Professional Development is an important part of the professional ensuring they are up to date with new ideas and thinking within the industry.  Attending seminars can be costly, and is often beyond the budget of many, especially those in the public sector, where the generous funds of the recent past are being squeezed.  It is therefore especially refreshing to see some of those in the private sector stepping up to the mark.

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Learning how to be an expert witness, a new CAS magazine and report writing tips

I’m taking the Bond Solon Expert Witness course.

One of the ‘perks’ of running CAS is that there is such a range of training options to trial for the benefit of members.

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Learning about aphids on conifers, tree root morphology and object of desire – a ‘little pea’

Back from the FR Jones trade show. It was great to meet with arborists considering working in consultancy, and to hopefully sign up some new members.

Thanks to Russell Ball of ISA for co-ordinating and Bartletts for the loan of a lap top for a power point presentation. Russell and I both managed to type our presentations on Saturday morning, with steam rising from the keyboard.

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En route to ArborCamp

I write this blog on a train to Kent for the F. R. Jones Arb & Forestry event and the inaugural ArborCamp organised by the ISA.  Russell Ball’s contagious enthusiathm and the invitation to talk to arborists about CAS have drawn me away from my study and finishing a tree report.

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