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Rope Access
IRATA courses at all levels and a range of specialised industry specific rope access courses
 
 rope access training for work at height
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>> Tall Structures
>> Rescue Training
>> Height safety
>> Supporting Skills
Specialised courses
Our range of specialised courses are designed to provide students with the specific set of skills for work at height within their own work environment.
FASET Advanced Net Rigger
Advanced Net Riggers course for existing FASET Safety Net Riggers.
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IRATA courses
heightec - The National Access and Rescue Centre provides comprehensive training for all levels of the IRATA certification scheme. IRATA certification is suitable for those who wish to work as subcontractors in a wide variety of work situations.

heightec - The National Access and Rescue centre holds 1M public liability insurance for training of work at height and rescue. You should be aware that not all training providers have this cover.
IRATA Level 1
The first level of IRATA training. Suitable for those starting a career in rope access
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IRATA Level 2
Intermediate level qualification in rope access, leading to IRATA level 2 certification.
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IRATA Level 3
The IRATA level 3 qualification is a recognized qualification for supervision of a rope access workplace
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BS 7985 rope access
Rope access training in accordance with the British Standard Code of Practice BS 7985. Suitable for contracting companies with specific skills who wish to bring their rope access work in-house. Various levels are available depending on the experience of the candidate and the requirements of the workplace concerned. These courses can be combined with elements of trade specific rope access.
BS 7985 - Supervisor
Advanced course delivering skills in site supervision, legal requirements, rescue, and advanced rigging.
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BS 7985 - User
Foundation level course for users of rope access techniques in specific environments.
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About Rope Access
There is an increasing trend for contractors to train a small in-house rope access team rather than subcontract to a rope access company.

It is usually easier for skilled tradesmen to learn the rope access techniques which are appropriate to their particular worksite than for rope access specialists to become efficient at a trade which might take years to learn.
 Course and instruction were well-structured, informative and safely monitored. One of the best courses I have attended for theoretical and practical training.
National Air Traffic Services
(Rope access for Tall Structures)