An entry level for the certification of IRATA to get started in the Industry. Minimum age requirement shall be 18 years old. As the course will be physically challenging, participants must be physically and medically fit and will learn the techniques of rope access maneuvers on a pre rigged rope course. Participant will also learn a basic rescue and hauling technique.
To be a professional and certified IRATA rope access technician, with the ability to work in any difficult to access or work at height situation.
Upon successful completion of the course, learner will be able to perform a specified range of rope access tasks under the supervision of a Level 3 rope access safety supervisor. He/she will be:
The instructor-to-trainee ratio is 1:6.
The Level 1 course is open to candidates 18 years and above who are medically and mentally fit to undergo the physical aspect of rope manoeuvre. Technicians with Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications should have the required hours of experiences prior to proceeding to the next level.
The course is assessed by an independent IRATA approved assessor. It includes a short written/objective multiple-choice paper and practical scenarios.
Delegates who have attended and successfully completed both the practical & written assessments will be awarded an IRATA Level 1 certificate, IRATA logbook and ID card.
Note: Upon enrolment, delegate will receive e-copies of TACS, ICOP, IRATA Safety Bulletins, IRATA Topic Sheets and physical copy of KBAT's Training Manual.
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It was very interactive. The trainer is very patient with us and very firm during the training. Excellent.
I enjoyed both the theory and practical. It was systematic and understandable.
It's enjoyable with good and quality equipment.
Instructor is very clear in his explanation and makes it very easy to understand.
I enjoyed the interaction with the instructor who is responsible and patient. Although the instructor is too strict, but i can understand that it's for our own good and safety.
The training facilities were well maintained and the trainer was very thorough in explaining the concept.
The experience and knowledge of the trainer is good; and he is accommodating to different learning speed.
I learned a lot of new things during the course and enjoyed the section on rope rescue.