Looking to expand your team with skilled Arboriculture team members? Signup to offer apprenticeships with your company and you will turn a new employee without Arboriculture experience into a skilled team member.
Check out the FAQ booklet for more details. To get started, contact the Wisconsin Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards, which oversees the Arborist Apprenticeship program.
Hands-on Career Training
There are 9 main areas of Arboriculture you will experience on-the-job.
Adhere to ANSI and employer safety standards for all work (500 hours)
Perform Plant Health Care diagnostics (300 hours)
Perform Rigging on the ground and aloft (500 hours)
Access Trees (900 hours)
Operate a chainsaw on the ground and aloft. (750 hours)
Operate a chipper. (300 hours)
Prune trees and shrubs from the ground and aloft, according to current ANSI A300standards.(1000 hours)
Remove trees and shrubs. (750 hours)
Optional Work Processes (1000 hour)