IRATA Level 3 Rope Access Training

 

A minimum of 12 months and 1000 hours of work experience in a variety of tasks as a Level 2 rope access technician is required in order to take the IRATA Level 3 course. As well as an appropriate First Aid certificate and a written recommendation from an IRATA member company or assessor. The course provides each candidate with the knowledge to become a rope access supervisor.

As a qualified Level 3 rope access technician you will have a complete knowledge of advanced rigging and rescue techniques, together with a complete understanding of the relevant legislation and current industry best practice. You will have the ability to supervise all aspects of a work site as well as carrying out Risk assessments and writing Method Statements.

Our trainers are chosen for their on site experience as well their ability to teach therefore you will benefit directly from their experience. All Vertical Access courses are designed with a practical bias to train you to be able to work safely and efficiently within the rope access industry.

If used with other qualifications, such as trade certificates, then the potential for work will be enhanced, giving operatives the opportunity to prove themselves in this challenging industry.

The training venue utilises structural steelwork up to 15 metres high which resembles many industrial locations to ensure that training prepares you for the work that you will encounter. The venue is indoor and so is not weather dependent with the following facilities on site:

  • Cafeteria
  • Showers
  • Changing facilities

 

All personal protective equipment will be provided.

 

We also offer IRATA Level 1, IRATA Level 2 and Refresher Courses.