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Course Start Dates
- Brisbane - Mon, Jul 08, 2013
- Brisbane - Mon, Aug 26, 2013
- Brisbane - Mon, Oct 14, 2013
- Brisbane - Mon, Nov 18, 2013
- Melbourne - Mon, Sep 16, 2013
- Melbourne - Mon, Nov 11, 2013
- Sydney (Penrith) - Mon, Jun 10, 2013
- Sydney (Penrith) - Mon, Sep 09, 2013
- Sydney (Penrith) - Mon, Dec 09, 2013
- Gladstone - Call us for dates
- Melbourne - Call us for dates
Rope Access Training
RIIOHS204A and ARAA Rope Access level 1, 2 or 3
Successful trainees receive
- an industry qualification from ARAA (Australian Rope Access Association) at level 1, 2 or 3 mapped against AS4488.
- a Statement of Attainment for working at height (RIIOHS204A) which is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. Accredited by F&SA (RTO 22250).
$1495.00 pp for public course. For group courses, contact us for an obligation free quote.
Industrial Rope Access (aka Twin Rope Access) Training AS4488 is designed to provide workers with the knowledge and skills to perform work while suspended in a vertical environment. Training covers:
- risk assessment procedures
- installation of anchor systems
- abseiling skills
- rope ascending techniques
- work methods
- mobility at height
- rescue procedures
This four day course with a fifth day for assessments is suitable for any worker/company who will be required to conduct work such as maintenance or inspection whilst fully suspended at height. Typical work scenarios are:
- high rise window cleaning
- painting or maintenance
- sign installation
- work on bridges, power stations, mines, cliffs, oil rigs etc.
Training is designed to be realistic and enable you to work effectively at height.
Level 2 and 3 students please note:
- You must review the direct entry requirements (PDF).
- A document of evidence is required to apply for a level 2 or 3 ARAA qualification and this is required at least two weeks prior to the training. Please contact us for details.
- A direct entry fee is payable for all direct entry applications.
- Level 2 & 3 applicants must hold a current Apply First-aid (Senior) certification.
- Regulations and legislation
- Australian Standards
- Rigging solid and reliable anchor systems to AS4488 requirements
- Equipment selection and correct use
- Descending skills using twin rope techniques
- Ascending skills using twin rope techniques
- Rope management
- Loop traverses
- Using bosuns chairs (to avoid suspension trauma)
- Diversion systems to redirect rope trajectories
- Handling of work tools and equipment during rope access
- Performing work tasks while supported by a rope suspension system
- All necessary equipment can be provided (although we encourage you to bring your own)
- Training conducted by experienced Height Safety Specialist
- Knowledge on relevant legislation and Australian Standards for working at height
- Recommendations and advice for specialised PPE and equipment for your particular workplace
- Advice on risk control methods for the type of work at height to be undertaken
- Plenty of practical hands on training to ensure workers can be safe at height
Each Trainee Must Provide (On-site training)
- We can supply all equipment necessary for you to undertake training including harnesses, ascenders, descenders etc.
- We actively encourage you to bring along your own equipment.
- Please contact us to discuss your equipment requirements.