Treevolution Scotland

Chainsaw Training Courses. Tree Climbing Training Courses.


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LANTRA Training with NPTC City & Guilds Qualification.
Prices include all registration, assessment and certification fees. Max 4 people per course


Treevolution Scotland provide chainsaw training and a comprehensive range of other arboricultural training courses for both aerial and ground-based tree work. We provide training for individuals, companies and  local authorities covering all aspects of forestry, tree-surgery and professional arborist requirements.

In addition the company also undertakes operations overseas.Training courses offered cover a wide range skills required for safe and efficient operation within the Arboricultural and Forestry industry.

Treevolution Scotland's courses range from introductory courses on chainsaw and machinery maintenance & use, to 5 day courses for professional arborists on sectional felling of large trees.
Training accredited by Lantra
Awards Assessment Accredited by City & Guilds NPTC

Our training provides candidates with the skills and knowledge to comply with:HSE Guidelines

  • AFAG Industry Best Practice
  • Guidance Management of the Health & Safety at Work Regulations
  • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations
  • PPE Regulations
  • The Work at Height Regulations
  • Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations Environmental legislation relating to Arboricultural & Forestry operations
  • Manual Handling Regulations
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations

If you are attending one of our courses, please note that the training is conducted in in the forest, where there is very little mobile network coverage.

Please view our joining instructions and map before setting off.

You may not be able to view the instructions when you are travelling to us. You may not even get mobile coverage to call us to let us know that you are lost.

Do not try to use Sat-Nav to find using a Post-Code. The area is too large, and it will not work.