Participants in Level 3 SAWW training will refine and build upon chainsaw proficiency skills learned in Levels 1 & 2. This course is certified through the Safety and Woods Working (SAWW) training program and is part of a four-level series designed to increase safety and efficiency of chainsaw use.
Participants in Level 3 training will spend most of the day in the field practicing techniques to operate chainsaws safely, comfortably and productively. Topics covered include a review of information from Levels 1 & 2, focus on planning and executing difficult tree felling, precision at the stump, and planning and executing limbing and bucking. Level 3 participants should be fully equipped and prepared to work with and maintain their own chainsaw. Hands-on training gives participants the opportunity to fell and limb or buck at least one tree.
Participants must be prepared to work and bring their own personal protective equipment, chainsaw(s) and tools for maintenance.
PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF LEVEL 2 TRAINING
Class Size: 6-10 students Classes fill rapidly – register today!
What to bring: Appropriate dress for the weather. A portion of this class will be held in the field. Safety Helmet and personal protective equipment (PPE)- Boots, gloves, eye and ear protection, chaps and helmet.Water Bottle and lunch. A chainsaw and any tools used for maintenance and sharpening the chain.
Instructor: Luke Saunders, Forester with Adaptive Restoration LLC, SAWW-certified trainer, experienced sawyer and horse-logger
Level 3 Cost: $180 KWC Members – $200 Non-Members
To register or for more information, visit the Kickapoo Woods Cooperative