The following training is offered in conjunction with Timber Training Creswick, RTO ID. 4168
Fire Season Training
Level 1-Fire Weather Evaluation
Monitor weather and record readings
Cost $170 P/P
4-6 Hours (Half Day)
Level 2-Bushfire Awareness
Monitor weather and record readings + operate pumps to stop the spread of initial fire. Participants will receive a participation certificate on completion of the theory, and be left with an on the job learning log to be completed as evidence of the practical component. Once the learning log is completed satisfactorily, the nationally recognised statement of attainment will be issued by Timber Training Creswick.
Cost $200 p/p
Level 3-Wildfire Suppression
Pre-requisite; complete level 2 training. Firefighting training for regeneration burns and wildfire suppression. Participants will receive a participation certificate on completion of the theory, and be left with an on the job learning log to be completed as evidence of the practical component. Once the learning log is completed satisfactorily, the nationally recognised statement of attainment will be issued by Timber Training Creswick.
Cost $250 p/p
2 x 8 Hours sessions
*Accredited training to industry standards in conjunction with Timber Training Creswick (RTO ID 4168)
16 Hope St, Invermay, Launceston 7248
Chainsaw Operation and Maintenance - General Forestry
Enrolment: FPI20111 Certificate II in Forest Growing
Units: FPICOT2237A Maintain
FPICOT2239A Trim and cut felled trees
Course Duration/Location: 3 Days,
(with provision of a fourth day if required) at Arbre hub.
Course Date: TBA
Group Size: 5-6 participants
course is derived from National Industry Competency Standards for the Forestry
Sector of the Forest Industries Training Package. It is designed to increase
skills in operating chainsaws safely and efficiently in a variety of common
work situations. This course does not cover tree falling.
In 2016 Timber Training Creswick in
conjunction with Arbre has been successful in accessing Skills Tasmania
subsidies for one class of existing workers and one class of job seekers
to undertake this program.
2. Chainsaw components
3. Chainsaw maintenance
4. Chain, sprocket & bar
5. Operator safety and responsibilities
6. Aids and Equipment
7. Chainsaw starting procedures
8. Work site preparation
9. Basic chainsaw cuts
10. Work techniques
11. State legislation
Assessment: Will be
by demonstration of skills and answering related questions.
Worker Subsidised: $103.00 (Five places only- criteria apply)
Skill Set for Forest and Wood Product Innovation for Managers
Enrolment: FPISS00034 Skill set for Forest and Wood Product Innovation for Managers
Units: BSBMGT608C Manage innovation and continuous improvement
FPICOT5207A Implement sustainability in the workplace
BSBMGT616A Develop and implement strategic plans
Duration/ Location: 2 x 8hr days based at the Arbre Forest Industries Training and Careers Hub. The days will be separated by approximately one month to allow learners to develop understanding of the course information.
Group Size: 10 participants maximum.
Course dates: TBA
Description: This course equips forest industry managers with skills to identify and implement innovative ideas within an ever changing global market, and carry out strategic planning to achieve their goals.
Job Outcomes: This course is intended to improve the skills of existing forest industry managers.
Assessment: Will be by giving evidence of development and presentation of an innovative project.
Cost: $180 per person
In 2016 Skills Tasmania are subsidising Timber Training Creswick in conjunction with Arbre to deliver this program to 10 senior industry staff.
Tuition Fee $180.00 (Subsidised by Skills Tasmania)
Forest Machinery Operations
Skill Set for an Excavator Operator
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Enrolment: FPISS00022 Skill set for
an excavator operator
Follow Environmental Care Procedures
Follow OHS policies and procedures
Conduct excavator operations
Provide first Aid
Duration/ Location: 10- 11 days based at the Arbre Forest Industries Training and Careers Hub, and regional demonstration area up to 60 minutes’
drive from Launceston. Participants must
have their own transport to and from the demonstration area.
Group Size: 8 participants maximum.
Course dates: TBA
course completes all requirements for the Forest Industry excavator skill
set. On successful completion learners
will receive a nationally recognised statement for this skill set.
Outcomes: Learners successfully completing this program may be able to find employment
in the forest growing or harvesting sectors of Australia’s forest industry.
Assessment: Will be by
demonstration of skills and answering related short answer questions.