Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Royal Forestry Society training courses
Following the popularity of Royal Forestry Society (RFS) training courses introduced in the last two years, a 2018 training schedule has been announced.
The schedule has been expanded to include both established and new one day courses in response to the demands of RFS members seeking training for those new to woodland management, in addition to professional foresters and countryside managers looking for CPD.
All courses are run by experienced trainers with recognised expertise in their field.
The courses are:
6 April: Tree Health – pests and diseases, Hockeridge and Pancake Wood, Ashley Green,Bucks
16 April: Woodland archaeology, Hockeridge and Pancake Wood, Ashley Green, Bucks
11 May: Grading and measuring your timber, Whitney Sawmill, Herefordshire
13 June: Essential guide to caring for your wood, Overton, Hampshire
28 June: An introduction to soil identification for foresters, Alice Holt Research Station, Farnham, Surrey
29 June: Tree identification, Hockeridge and Pancake Wood, Ashley Green, Bucks
7 September: Essentials for measuring woods and trees, Bolton Abbey, Skipton, Yorkshire
19 October: GIS – management planning with my Forest, Shuttleworth College, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire
Details of all these courses and how to book can be found here.