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Rope Access, Industrial Climbing Trainings

NEXT IRATA TRAINING: 11-17 March 2019

IRATA Trainings
Certified Rope Access Trainings

High Works is based on IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association) standards in all rope access operations and training programs. IRATA Rope Access trainings are given by IRATA L3 and L2 certificated trainers.

IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Trade Association)

International Certified Rope Access Technician Course

The IRATA rope access training program is for people who want to be a rope access technician and for specialists who wants to use rope access techniques. The content of this training program  differs from general safety systems.   The basic content of the training is based on a safe way of performing various maneuvers on the ropes and rescue the casualty on rope access systems. There are three different levels in the IRATA training system.

Training Period:  5 Days

Purpose: Safe use of rope access techniques and equipments under IRATA Level 3 supervision.

Prerequisite: At least 18 years old.

Validation Period: 3 Years

Content:    

Practical:·

  • Safe method of using rope access materials.
  • Rigging basic rope access systems and knots.
  • Basic rope access maneuvers.
  • Basic aid climbing techniques.
  • Basic rescue.
  • Basic hauling systems.

Theoretical:

  • Understand and follow up rope access procedures, methods and risk analyzes
  • Related standards and regulations.

Assessment Duration:

  • One full day practical assessment by an independent assessor.
  • Theoretical exam consisting of 20 questions.

Training Period:  5 Days

Purpose: Performing more complex rope access maneuvers, hauling systems and rescue operations under IRATA Level 3 supervision.

Prerequisite: After having received the IRATA Level 1 certificate, it is required that at least 1 year time have pass over and at least 1000 hours of rope access work must be performed.

Validation Period: 3 Years

Content:    

Practical:

  • Review of L1 topics
  • Rigging of complex rope access systems
  • Rigging and operation of hauling systems
  • Advanced aid climbing techniques
  • Advanced rescue techniques

Theoretical:

  • Understand and follow up rope access procedures, methods and risk analyzes
  • Related standards and regulations

Assessment Duration:

  • One full day practical assessment by an independent assessor
  • Theoretical exam consisting of 20 questions.

Training Period:  5 Days

Purpose: Performing complex rope access maneuvers, hauling systems and rescue operations. Equipment inspection methods. Field and project supervision practices.

Prerequisite: After having received the IRATA Level 2 certificate, it is required that at least 1 year have pass over and at least 1000 hours of rope access work must be performed.

Validation Period: 3 Years

Content:  

Practical:

  • Review of L1 &L2 Topics
  • Rigging complex rope access systems
  • Rigging and use of  hauling systems
  • Complex aid climbing systems
  • Complex rescue systems

Theoretical:

  • Understand and follow up rope access procedures, methods and risk analyzes
  • Related standards and regulations
  • Planning and execution of rope access operations.
  • Identify hazards and generate risk analysis

Assessment Duration:

  • One full day practical assessment by an independent assessor
  • Filling job planning  and equipment inspection forms, 20 L2 and 10 L3 questions.

FAQ - Frequetly Asked Questions

All training is done in the training center and consists of  different rope access system maneuvers

All  of the technical equipment is provided bu Yüksek İşler. You may use your own equipment which has related standards and inspection records

We recommend you to wear flexible sportswear which will not obstruct your movements

The capacity of the course can change according to the structure of the training centers. Yüksek İşler training centre have the capacity of training 16 trainees at the same time. For every 8 candidates 2 trainers are responsible.

There is at least one Level 3 trainer responsible for 4 trainees.

Training starts at 09.00 and finishes at 17.00 during five days

The assessment also lasts all day like the training days. All rope maneuvers will be practiced in the assessment .After practical assessment , you will take a 20 questions of theoretical exam

To success in the assessment you have to perform all the rope access  maneuvers that you have learned without mistakes. One major mistake ( not wearing a helmet, stay only in one point of attachment, etc ..) will make you fail; or 3 minor mistakes like unscrewed carabiners etc.is also reason of fail in the assessment. If you fail , you  need to take the assessment after you have attended the next training and take refresher training for at least two days. You have to pay the full amount of training cost  to take the assessment again.

Training consists of maneuvers requiring physical efforts. Being overweight will have a bad impact on your training. During every training day you will be performing different rope access maneuvers. Especially close to the last days of training your fatigue may increase so you have to make a power management and warm up before training starts.

If you pass, your temporary certification which is valid for 60 days will directly given by the assessor. Original certificate will come within about 1 month from England and then shipped you by our company.

IRATA international rope access certification is valid for 3 years. Before the expire date you can re-validate or upgrade your certification. If more than  3 years have passed without re-validation or upgrade, your certification expires.  If you have valid certification and don’t work more than 6 months you have to take refreshment training

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IRATA Trainees

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IRATA Level 2

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IRATA Level 3

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