Below is a list of training instructors that have been approved by TCIA. These instructors are Certified Treecare Safety Professionals who hold valid certificates in the courses which they have expertise and are available to hire for a workshop.
This course is course is designed to prepare crew for safe work with and near aerial lifts on the job site.
This course is designed to provide crews with the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate an emergency situation and potentially rescue an injured tree worker.
This course is designed to train tree care employees in hazards, as well as accepted practices for chain saw operation and other associated tasks.
This course is designed to help the compact-lift operator recognize and avoid/mitigate hazards associated with compact lift use.
This course is designed to build the basic competencies of crane operation for all members of the crew.
This course is designed to help verify that employees understand basic safety concepts required to work on the ground during tree care operations and are qualified to work as ground workers.
This course is course is designed to guide employees through the knowledge assessment and self-evaluation necessary to be a safety leader on the crew.
This course is an advanced training module that builds on material presented in Tree Climber Specialist and Ground Operations Specialist, resulting in an enhanced knowledge in tree-care management practices.
TCIA’s Tree Care Academy Tree Climber Specialist course is designed to give an additional credential to your tree care apprentices or ground operations specialists to qualify them to transition to the role of climber.
This course is designed to verify that your employees understand basic safety concepts required to climb using single-rope technique (SRT) during tree care operations.
This course is designed to train tree care employees in hazards, as well as accepted practices for brush-chipper operation and other associated tasks.
The crew leader has a critical role in the arboricultural industry. Earning the crew leader qualification provides a set of skills that allows continued growth and development in leadership and personnel management.
Electricity is a serious and widespread hazard to arborists. EHAP is a great way to keep workers safe, ensure OSHA and ANSI Z133 compliance, and formally document on-the-job training.
By becoming a TCIA-approved instructor, you can teach Tree Care Academy, EHAP and Crew Leader workshops for:
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