IRATA Level 1
IRATA Level 1
|PLN + VAT|
3628.50 PLN (including VAT)
Training basic info
|Course category||IRATA Training|
|Certificate Validity||3 years|
IRATA International Rope Access Trade Association is an international organization associating people working and training in the field of work at height, which has been creating safety procedures in rope access for over 25 years. It sets training standards in the field of safe work at height and criteria for the assessment of rope access specialists.
IRATA qualifications are recognized practically all over the world and at the same time considered to be one of the best.
By analyzing accidents and incidents around accidents and based on her experience, she prepares an annual report "Analysis of Work and Safety IRATA", which is a source of information and knowledge for people involved in working at height.
IRATA Level 1 Rope access technician
Duration 5 days (Including Assessment)
Requirements: - 18 years or older
- no health contraindications
The course is valid for 3 years
The course is dedicated to:
• for people who participate or want to start work at height
Training with IRATA accreditation.
The course consists of 3 levels: L1, L2, L3. The L1 training course lasts 4 days, the Fifith day is the examination day when the external examiner arrives.
The purpose of IRATA level 1 is to provide delegates with:
• acquiring the skills of independent rope access activities - vertical and horizontal techniques of moving on the ropes,
• knowledge in the field of rescue and construction of posts.
After completing the training, people with the IRATA L1 certificate work under L3 supervision.
Confirmation of the completion of the course:
The completion of the course is confirmed by the certificate issued by Vulcan Training & Consultancy and the IRATA Level 1 certificate issued by the UK headquarters. The student receives a certificate, certificate and logbook.
Validity of the courses:
The course is valid for 3 years. Before the expiry date of the training, in order to maintain the qualifications, the training should be renewed or the next training should be taken to a higher IRATA Level 2.
The training should be resumed if the technician has not participated in the work at height for a period longer than 6 months.
What the delegate should take with him: