Japanese knotweed surveyor training

Develop your surveying skills for Japanese knotweed with our comprehensive two day training course detailing the background, best practice and requirements involved in the assessment and eradication of Japanese knotweed and other common invasive weed species. 

Open to both PCA members and non-members alike, this course is the perfect preparation for surveyors who wish to go on to take the Certificated Surveyor in Japanese knotweed (CSJK) examination

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Who is this training course for?

The control and eradication of Japanese knotweed course is aimed at those involved in and with some prior knowledge and experience of the identification, assessment and eradication of Japanese knotweed, and other common invasive species.

Structure of the Japanese knotweed course

Treating Japanese knotweed is a complicated process and the course will detail everything from initial site inspection and risk assessment through to actioning a management plan after treatment has been completed.  You can see the topics covered below:

Day 1:
  • General information on invasive species and their impacts
  • Legislation
  • Site inspection, risk assessment and monitoring
  • Biosecurity
  • Herbicide use
  • Waste management
  • Reports including requirements of a site assessment report, management plan and completion reports
Day 2:

 

  • Identification and control options for invasive plants: Japanese knotweed
  • Ecology, impacts and identification of Japanese knotweed
  • Other invasive species of which to be aware

 

Benefits of the control and eradication of Japanese knotweed training

  • We have designed the course ensure those involved in the control and eradication of invasive weeds can feel confident they possess the required knowledge of relevant industry regulations, related environmental issues and current best practice in treating Japanese knotweed.
  • Alongside expanding your understanding of Japanese knotweed treatment, the course is the perfect preparation for taking the next step and becoming CSJK qualified – the recognised professional qualification for those in the knotweed industry.
  • Many candidates find the In house training option we provide to be more convenient and cost-effective.

What candidates have said about the course

Can’t fault the lecturers, very knowledgeable with a lot of experience.”  (course delegate)

Fantastic and really good day. Japanese knotweed surveyor training Day 1 is complete. Awful lot of information to digest.” (course delegate – Nov 2017)

Summary: Dates and fees
Level: Surveyor
Duration: Two days
When: December 2019 – Tues 10th – Wed 11th  (Dublin)
January 2020 – Tues 21st – Wed 22nd
March 2020 – Tues 3rd – Wed 4th
May 2020 – Tues 12th – Wed 13th
October 2020 – Tues 6th – Wed 7th
Fees: Members: £370+ VAT, non-members: £480+ VAT

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Become fully CSJK qualified

The control and eradication of Japanese knotweed training course alone does not entitle an attendee to say they have attained the CSJK qualification. See separate information about attaining the formal qualification via the CSJK examination here.

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Contact us about our Japanese knotweed training

If you have any questions about our knotweed training course then simply give us a call on 0844 375 4301 or complete our enquiry form below and we will get back to you.

Alternatively you can reserve your place on the course today by completing the booking form or by contacting us using the button below.

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