IRATA Level 2 Training

Course Overview

Course Aim
The aim of the level 2 course is to ensure candidates with 1000 hours plus are still competent at the achieved IRATA level 1. They will then progress to the next level allowing them to work under the close supervision of a Level 3 supervisor. This course is intended for candidates to develop their rope techniques and learn basic rescue procedures. By the end of the course candidates will have a greater knowledge in rope access techniques. They will have a greater knowledge on current legalisation, procedures and safety requirements. This course involves a more in–depth assessment on rigging ropes, rope related tasks and rope rescue techniques.
Who Will Benefit
The course is intended for candidates to develop their rope access techniques and learn basic rescue procedures.
Pre requisites
Age: Minimum of 18 years old.
Medical: Self Certification or Dr’s Certificate.
Previous experience: 1000 hours as IRATA level 1 with a minimum of 1 years varied experience working under the IRATA ICOP with a signed up to date logbook verified by an IRATA level 3 supervisor
Duration
4 days training and 1 day assessment.
Course Description
By the end of the course candidates will have greater skills and knowledge in rope access techniques. They will have a greater knowledge on current legislation, procedures and safety requirements. This course involves a more in-depth assessment on rigging ropes, rope related tasks and rope rescue techniques.
Course Ref
IRAL2
Training Ratio
1-6
Follow Up Training
IRATA level 3 supervisor
Training Method
Theory and practical based
Certification
IRATA certificate and ID card valid for 3 years. Training manual.
Candidates will receive a USB pen drive containing copies of the IRATA general requirements, IRATA Approved Code of Practice, Absen training manual and general training notes