It is intended for personnel who have held the Industrial Rope Access technician level two qualification for a minimum of 12 months and have at least 1000 on-rope hours logged as a level 2, and wish to proceed to level three. A level three supervisor must be capable of complete responsibility for work projects, undertaking advanced rescues and have a comprehensive knowledge of relevant legislation and industry best practice.
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, the experienced rope access technician who is responsible for understanding and implementing the rope access procedures, method statements and associated risk assessments, will be:
5-Day course including assessment. The instructor-to-trainee ratio is 1:6.
The course is assessed by an independent IRATA approved assessor. It includes a short written/objective multiple-choice paper and practical scenarios.
Delegates who attended and successfully completed both the practical & written assessments will be awarded the an IRATA certificate - Level 3.
Note: Upon enrolment, delegate will receive Log Book, ID card, General requirements and KBA Training guide book