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Forestry Construction and Forestry Description This course includes an industrial sandwich year working in the Forestry Industry. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for those wishing to manage woodlands and conserve our environmental heritage. Subjects include Forest Science, Silviculture, Harvesting, Timber Measurement, Timber Sales, Nursery Production, Conservation, Land Use, Ecology, Forest Design, Forest Recreation and Urban Forestry. Qualification Higher National Diploma Progression Final year of the BSc Sustainable Forest Management Conservation. Holders of the HND may become Associate Members of the Institute of Chartered Foresters. Employment as forestry manager or similar related positions. Start Date 01 September 2009 Attendance Full-Time Campus Scottish School of Forestry (Balloch) Location Inverness Entry Requirements Entry requirements (mature students): Minimum of one year's pre-course experience in a woodland environment or attainment of the Certificate in Forestry or Conservation Skills. This may be waived if applicants have 3 or more Highers at C or above. Recognition will be given for relevant life or work experience. Entry requirements (school leavers): Minimum of 2 relevant Highers at C or above plus appropriate Standard Grades plus pre-course experience in a woodland environment. This may be waived if applicants have 3 or more Highers at C or above. Completion of the Certificate in Forestry/Conservation Skills.

Forestry Construction and Forestry Description This course includes an industrial sandwich year working in the Forestry Industry. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills for those wishing to manage woodlands and conserve our environmental heritage. Subjects include Forest Science, Silviculture, Harvesting, Timber Measurement, Timber Sales, Nursery Production, Conservation, Land...

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