Cumbria Woodlands are always happy to talk to you about your specific training needs. We try to be flexible and can arrange courses around your specific requirements, especially if you have a group of participants. Please just email us to chat.
These are the Chainsaw courses we currently have scheduled:
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 6-10 Mar 17 - South Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 20-24 Mar 17 - North Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 27-31 Mar 17 - South Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 10-14 Jul 17 - South Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 31 Jul - 4 Aug 17 - North Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 16-20 Oct 17 - South Lakes £735
Chainsaw Maintenance, Cross Cut and Felling Small Trees 30 Oct - 3 Nov 17 - North Lakes £735
Basic Chainsaw Maintenance Cross Cut - 2 day 15-16 May 17 - South Lakes £405
Chainsaw Felling Medium and Windblown Trees 25-29 Sep 17 - North Lakes £835
Chainsaw Felling Medium and Windblown Trees 25-29 Sep 17 - South Lakes £835
Chainsaw Refresher - 3 day 26-28 Apr 17 - South Lakes £360
Chainsaw Refresher - 3 day 19-21 Jul 17 - North Lakes £360
Outdoor First Aid + Forestry 11-12 May 17 - South Lakes £120
Outdoor First Aid + Forestry 20-21 Nov 17 - North Lakes £120
We will be adding more diverse courses soon - if there are course you'd like to see, please do let us know! You can also sign up for our mailing list or like our Facebook page for updates.
To book a place on any course, fill out a booking form (below) and send it with payment to our office. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01539 822140 to leave a message (please note - we're usually in the office on Tuesdays).
Our 2017 DSC1 Deer Courses will be arranged on request - please get in touch to see what we can offer.
Rusland Horizons' Heritage Skills Training Programme 16-17
Cumbria Woodlands have been working with Rusland Horizons to organise 17 heritage skills training courses. The Rusland Horizons project is supported by the Heritage Lottery and the Lake District National Park. The courses have been very popular and most sold out quickly, but we do occasionally have cancellations.
- Coppicing - FULL 21-22nd January 2017
- Spinning - FULL 11th February 2017
- Winter tree identification - FULL 19th February 2017
- Felting 11th March 2017
- Swill basket making - FULL 31st March-2nd April 2017
- Dry Stone Walling - FULL 8-9th April 2017
- Hazel hurdle making - FULL 22-23rd April 2017
- Spoon carving - FULL 29-30th April 2017
- Oak Barking 18th May 2017
- Cleft Oak Gate making - FULL 2-4th June 2017
- Summer tree identification - FULL 18th June 2017
- Charcoal making 28-29th June 2017
- Stick chair making - FULL 1st-2nd July 2017
The leaflet below details the course content, trainers, location and prices. If you'd like to book, please email email@example.com. To confirm your place, we'll need a completed booking form, along with a cheque (made payable to Cumbria Woodlands).