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Interested in becoming arborist, have a few questions about seasonal work.

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  1. Xander

    Xander New Member

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    I'm currently employed in the U.S. Airforce and am wanting to become a climbing arborist when I get out next year.

    I'm wondering if this type of work can be prominently a seasonal job, seeing as many major pruning cuts are done during the dormant months of winter. The plan is to work 3-6 months a year, figuring out where to settle down while gaining work experience. Is this a feasible plan for this job?

    I'm currently reading the ISA study guide and practicing my knots, any other advice on what else I can do to prepare myself is greatly appreciated, thank you.
     
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    Come to Atlanta Ga. and get professional climber training from Tree Climbers International; look us up at Treeclimbing.com
     
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