About The Qualification
This qualification is the theory component of the Royal Forestry Society RFS Certificate in Forestry. It is also a valuable stand-alone award designed for learners currently working in forestry to complement their experience and formalize professional skills and training. Learners will complete this qualification with a concrete understanding of the following:
- Principles of woodlands, forestry and ecology including the history of woodland/forestry in Great Britain and system and management principles
- The supply, planting and aftercare of woody plants
- Woody plant physiology, structure, and defense mechanisms
- The interaction of soil environments and woody plants
- How to develop a systematic and logical method of inspecting trees, including common and statute law as applicable to tree surgery
Optional units include: Identify and Select Forestry and Woodland Trees for Planting and Principles of Practical Silviculture and Habitat Management
Progression Routes: What's Next?
Learners who achieve this qualification will be able to continue in further education and training related to this area of expertise.
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