Rope Access Training
Irata levels 1, 2, & 3 Duration - 5 Days
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: It is the responsibility of the current technicians to have logbooks up-to-date and available before being allowed for assessment. Logbooks must be filled in correctly with the L3 supervisors number [signing the hours] and contact details made available. Technicians showing up on the first day without logbooks or insufficient information completed in their logbooks will be allowed training but the assessor has the right to refuse to assess the candidate. No refunds will be given.
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2013 Course Dates
May 27th - 31st, $1540 per person
Level 2 & 3 course, only 2 spaces remaining
June 17th - 21st, $1540 per person,
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July 29th - 2nd August, $1705 per person
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November 4th - 8th, $1705 per person
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Accepted throughout the world 'Irata' is the only truly worldwide ticket; opening doors for work in many countries, and where rope access work on offshore platforms is required, IRATA companies and technicians are generally a must.
AIRA is a full Irata Trainer member and as such you can be guaranteed that you are receiving the most up-to date, technically correct and widely accepted ticket available.
In order to gain Irata company membership, companies have to undergo a thorough audit process of venue, teaching aids, training equipment and personnel.
Our highly experienced trainers are all IRATA Level 3T and have held this L3 operator standard for a minimum of six years along with holding the highly respected Australian Cert 1V in Training And Assessment qualification. Our main trainers are not only operators but also company directors and still spend more time in the field than in the classroom.
Our state of the art purposely thought out and equipped training venue allows us to carry out training maneuvers and rigging from the simplest techniques to the most complex systems using the most up to date methods and equipment available. Our use of computer, practical and video demonstrations, hand-outs, large library of information on equipment, strengths, weaknesses, reports etc, Australian standards and IRATA documentation along with an AIRA training resource cd and comprehensive training/field manual [as an additional and ongoing teaching aid] ensures that our trainees are the best-prepared technicians ready to go out into the industry.
Our credentials speak for themselves:
- At the forefront of the development of recognised industry standards regarding methods for safe work at height
- AIRA operates under strict Irata General Requirements and Code of Practice and quality management system compliant with ISO 9000 2007.
- Comprehensive in-house Training facilities
- Highly qualified trainers with extensive field experience of working at height and rescue plus Cert IV in Training & Assessment.
- Continuously seeking out new information and a continuous thirst for knowledge puts AIRA’s knowledge base unsurpassed.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
This course is designed to take candidates with no previous experience through all the training and examination requirements to be a qualified IRATA Level 1 Technician over a period of 5 days.
Level 1 candidates will learn all the fundamentals for their continuing rope access career. You will be challenged mentally & physically in an informative, casual & laidback environment. Whilst we ensure that you learn all the requirements of the Irata sylabus and a fair bit more, we also have some fun and humour along the way.
Candidates will be required to sign a medical declaration form prior to commencement of training.
This course is designed to take candidates with sufficient L1 industrial rope access experience through all the training and examination requirements to be a qualified IRATA Level 2 Technician over a period of 5 days.
Trainees will learn about hauling/mechanical advantage systems, rescues, vertical aid climbing, AS/NZS 1891, AS/NZS 4488 1 & 2, and further your site rigging skills.
This course is designed to take candidates with sufficient industrial rope access experience through all the training and examination requirements to be a qualified IRATA Level 3 Safety Supervisor over a period of 5 days.
Note: It is an IRATA requirement that before being allowed to work in the field as a L3, you must hold a valid first aid certificate.
We will challenge you during your level 3 course. Many of the techniques you have been shown to date by other training suppliers involve a great deal of equipment and exersion. We will teach you how to accomplish the same using less equipment, less energy and less time. AIRA trainers will also prepare you in SWMS preperation, Work Health & Safety 2011 legislation and some advanced rigging techniques. After an AIRA course based on Irata requirements you will be in front of your competitors for that much sought after supervisors role.