SPRAT Level II Rope Access Technician

The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) is a member-driven organization that advances the safe use of rope access. Established in the mid 1990s, SPRAT is now solidly represented in Australia and in line with this, Safety Access & Rescue is proud to be offering SPRAT programs at our Blue Mountains training facility.

A SPRAT Level II Rope Access Technician is responsible for physically conducting rope access operations and/or safety evaluations of rope access operations, including maintenance of associated access equipment. He or she performs all of the Rope Access Lead Technician duties as assigned in the employer’s rope access work program.

The SPRAT Level II Technician course is designed for existing Level I Technicians with at least 500 logged hours of rope access work & a minimum 6 months in the industry as a working Level I (or via Direct Entry from another certification system). If you are not sure which level of training is best for you, or would like to discuss direct entry, please give us a call on 02 4784 2224 and ask to speak to a trainer.

Course Outline
The Level II Technician course typically covers:-
  • All Level I skills & knowledge
  • Load sharing anchors
  • Pull through (retrievable) anchors
  • Additional knots & hitches
  • Rescuing a casualty from ascent
  • Aid climbing
  • Mechanical advantage systems
  • Pitch head, cross haul & other lateral rescues
  • A working understanding of harness induced suspension syndrome

The Level II Rope Access Technician course duration is five days (four days of training followed by a one day evaluation, carried out by an external SPRAT evaluator).

Next Scheduled Course and Course Cost

Our next SPRAT course is scheduled for later this year. The price below is for an individual and includes all of the fees charged by the SPRAT Evaluator. To enrol in this course, please complete the course enquiry form below and we will get back to you with more information.


Course Outcome
Successful participants receive an internationally recognised qualification from SPRAT.

A current or recently expired Rope Access Level 1 or 2 qualification from any certification stream.
At least 500 logged hours of rope access work
At least 6 months experience in the industry as a rope access operator.

Course Inclusions
SPRAT independent evaluator fees

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