Tower Rescue Training (Tower Recertification)
ICTTCR203 – Use safe rigging practices to climb and perform rescues on telecommunications network structures
Our Tower Rescue training course can be completed in a day (8 hours) and is designed as a refresher course for people who are already qualified in Tower Climbing. Designed to specifically identify tower rescue techniques and systems, this course is highly appropriate for all tower riggers and technicians who work on free standing lattice towers or guyed masts.
During the Tower Rescue program, we look at:
- the different specific ‘zones’ of a tower
- a range of rescue techniques involving direct evacuation by controlled lower, abseil approach and recover and
- angulated tracking line offset rescues.
Next Scheduled Course
We offer both private courses for groups and public courses which are open to anyone.
If you represent a group and would like the flexibility of requesting your own training date(s) and/or location(s) then please send us your details via the Course Enquiry form below or you can contact us by email or give us a call on 02 4784 2224.
However, if you are an individual or are happy to join a public course, then our next public Tower Rescue course is scheduled for the 29th of November. You can book on this course by completing the course enquiry form below. Minimum course numbers are required for the course, but as soon as we receive your booking or enquiry we’ll get in touch with you with a course confirmation or otherwise.
Successful participants receive an ASQA approved Statement of Attainment that fulfills the requirements of ICTTCR203 – Use safe rigging practices to climb and perform rescues on telecommunications network structures.
A recently completed qualification in tower climbing.
All equipment required for the duration of the training.