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|IRATA Rope Access Training Course Level 1, 2 & 3 – December 17th to December 21st, 2019||
IRATA Rope Access Training Course Level 1, 2 & 3 – December 17th to December 21st, 2019
Our new state of the art training facility, based in Banksmeadow, is set up to recreate real-life rope access scenarios and give you the ultimate hands on experience with a qualification recognised around the world.
You will learn how to ascend and descend the ropes using the appropriate equipment. You will learn safe rigging practices and perform rescue techniques using rescue dummies and live casualties.
Our rope access IRATA training courses will consist of both theory and practical modules to provide you with a thorough understanding of what is required to safely and effectively work on ropes in a number of different trades. Whether it be a beginner’s course you were after or you are interested in a recertification or upgrading your qualifications in the industry, we have the course for you.
IRATA is the only rope access certification recognised worldwide and for 25 years it has paved the way forward for the rope access industry. The rigorous criterion implemented by IRATA International allows only the best to progress through the levels.
Specialist Height Access allows you to climb the ranks and acquire quality training from Level 1 to Level 3.
Please note that rope access training requires a high degree of physical fitness, and a tolerance for heights.
No prior experience is required. You must be 18 years or over, physically fit, have an aptitude for working at heights and compete a medical form.
With SHA you will become a technician who is trained to perform a limited range or Rope Access tasks under the supervision of an IRATA approved Level 3 Supervisor focusing on:
You will have a minimum of 12 months experience as an IRATA Level 1 & 1000 logged hours and compete a medical form
You will be a technician who is capable of rigging working ropes, undertaking rescues and performing Rope Access tasks under the supervision of an approved Level 3 supervisor including:
You will have a minimum of 12 months experience as an IRATA Level 2 & 1000 logged hours and compete a medical form
You will be a supervisor who is capable of complete responsibility for work projects, is conversant with relevant work techniques and legislation, has a comprehensive knowledge of advanced rescue techniques including
You need to pass level 3 to become a safety supervisor or to go on to become an Assessor
Our courses are $1650 per person and take one week to complete. Courses run from 8am-4pm each day over the allocated period.
Training will take place from Monday through to Thursday, with all tests and assessments on Friday.
Visit https://irata.org for more information.