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IRATA Rope Access Training

Applus+’ rope access training centre, located in Bibra Lake, Perth, is one of the most established facilities in Australia. Applus+ offer week long IRATA Rope Access training courses for IRATA Level 1, IRATA Level 2 and IRATA Level 3 as well as an in depth IRATA Refresher training course. Our rope access training centre is designed to replicate an industrial environment, exposing attendees to real working conditions. Our state of the art equipment and knowledgeable, IRATA member training instructors provide extensive theory and practical education to ensure attendees are equipped with the skills to practice rope access safely.

IRATA Level 1 

IRATA Level 1 is an entry level course with attendees requiring no previous rope access training. This IRATA course introduces the various principles of working at height, the safe systems of work, safety equipment to be utilised and provides an introduction to working at heights legislation.
 
Once you have an understanding of the equipment, we’ll get you ‘on the ropes’ and our highly experienced instructors will take you through the basic principles of Rope Access. This encompasses ascending, descending, transferring from rope to rope, rebelays, deviations and aid climbing. 
   
IRATA Level 2 
Designed for experienced rope access technicians, the IRATA Level 2 course requires attendees to have a minimum 12 months of rope access experience and a minimum of 1000 logged hours. Attendees must be able to perform more complex tasks under the supervision of a Level 3 Rope Access Safety Supervisor; 
 
Attendee is: 
·         able to demonstrate the skills andk nowledge required of Level 1; 
·         capable of more complex rigging, including re-belays, deviations and tensioned lines; 
·         able to undertake rescues from a variety of situations; 
·         able to assemble and implement hauling systems. 
 
IRATA Level 3 
The IRATA Level 3 course is suitable for an experienced rope access technician who is responsible for understanding and implementing rope access procedures, method statements and associated risk assessments.
 
Attendee is:
·         able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required of Levels 1 and 2; 
·         understands the elements and principles of IRATA’s safe system of work; 
·         is conversant with relevant work techniques and legislation; 
·         has an extensive knowledge of advanced rope access rigging and rescue techniques; 
 
·         holds an appropriate and current first-aid certificate; 
 
A Level 3 Technician can become a Rope Access Safety Supervisor. 
 
Additional Training 
Refresher Training, Revalidation & VOC programs are available.
 
Due to the aptitude and the mental conditioning that is required for exposure to height, rope access technicians who have not been engaged in rope access work for 6 months or more are required to attend a suitable refresher course before being allowed to work. For Level 1 technicians the refresher course will include all techniques covered in the initial course. Levels 2 and 3 will concentrate on rigging and rescue procedures. The length of training will be dependent upon assessment by our trainer.
 
All assessments are carried out by an independent IRATA assessor.
 
 
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