Following popular demand MLWW has been running forestry first aid and paediatric forestry first aid courses around the country over the last few months. We have a few more courses before the end of the year and are opening them up to any other groups who have yet to attend one of the sessions. Places will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis with a priority to those groups who have not yet received any training.

Coming up we have the following sessions:

First Aid for Forestry and Arboricultural Workers (one-day course): Thursday 2 November in London (Tower Hamlets) Very short notice so any last-minute participants would need to take their own lunch! But we have a couple of spaces for any groups who can make it so call/email us to book on.


Paediatric First Aid (including forestry) (two-day course): Mon/Tue 6-7 November in York (central). Likewise a packed lunch will be required!

Paediatric First Aid (including forestry) (two-day course): Thur/Fri 7/8 December hosted by Eden Rose Coppice Trust (Ipswich).

First Aid for Forestry and Arboricultural Workers (one-day course): Mon 11 Dec in York (central)

Each training day runs from 9 to 5pm on the day. Please do give email/call if you would like anymore information or to book a place.

We will also shortly be putting on a two-day paediatric forestry first aid course in the Bristol area. If we have spaces available these will be publicised. Please call on 01993 814 386 or email to reserve a place.


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