Training <br>At Height

IRATA Rope Access Training (Level 1)

The aim of this entry level rope access course is to provide candidates with the ability to perform a specified range of rope access tasks under the supervision of an IRATA level three safety supervisor

Location:
EnerMech Training Centre or Client Premises

To Enrol or Find Out More:
Contact a Regional Training Centre in the location nearest you

Download:
MInteg_IRATA level1_Course Descriptor.pdf

IRATA Rope Access Training (Level 2)

The aim of this course is to provide existing level one candidates with the skills and knowledge required to rig working ropes, undertake rescues from a variety of situations and assemble and implement hauling systems under the supervision of an IRATA level three rope access safety supervisor

Location:
Aberdeen, EnerMech Training Centre

To Enrol or Find Out More:
Contact a Regional Training Centre in the location nearest you

Download:
MInteg_IRATA level2_Course Descriptor

IRATA Rope Access Training (Level 3)

This course is for level two candidates with a minimum of twelve months varied experience and 1000 logged, working level two hours in their log book.

Location:
Aberdeen, EnerMech Training Centre

To Enrol or Find Out More:
Contact a Regional Training Centre in the location nearest you

Download:
MInteg_IRATA level3_Course Descriptor

IRATA Training (Revalidations and Refreshers)

All IRATA certification is valid for three years from the date of assessment and revalidations can be done six months prior to expiry of existing qualification without losing any time on said qualification.

If rope access Technicians are not using rope access techniques regularly, they should be evaluated for competence prior to the commencement of operational duties.

Location:
Aberdeen, EnerMech Training Centre

To Enrol or Find Out More:
Contact a Regional Training Centre in the location nearest you

Download:
MInteg_IRATA Refresher_Course Descriptor

Work at Height (PFPE/Personal Fall Protection Equipment User)

The aim of this course is to provide individuals with the skills to carry out work at height using personal fall protection equipment such as full body harnesses, energy absorbing lanyards, work positioning lanyards and mobile fall arresters. The course will involve classroom and practical elements.

Location:
Aberdeen, EnerMech Training Centre

To Enrol or Find Out More:
Contact a Regional Training Centre in the location nearest you

Download:
MInteg_Work At Height_Course Descriptor