The two units within Forest Operators Licence (FOL), FWPCOR2203 Follow environmental care procedures and FWPCOR2205 Follow WHS policies and procedures are delivered to participants on the same day. Once the participant completes these two units, they are then required to submit an additional application to Forestworks to achieve the Forest Operators Licence (FOL)
Timber harvesting’ refers to the harvesting of any tree, or part of any tree, for the purpose of processing and selling. The governing body – Forestworks, requires the participant to complete these two units before you can apply for your Forest Operators Licence through them. Working in this sector will take you outdoors in your chosen industry as a safe and efficient operator.
Please refer to the Forestworks FOL website for more details: https://fols.forestworks.com.au/
Qualifications and RecognitionUpon completion of this course, students will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.
Opportunities for Further Study
Students need to be aware that additional applications need to be submitted to Forestworks to achieve the Forest Operators License. Please see the Forestworks FOL website for more details: https://fols.forestworks.com.au/
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Students participate in classroom theory sessions supplemented by practical experience.