SPRAT Level I Rope Access Technician
The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (or SPRAT) is the peak rope access industry body in the United States. SPRAT has now gained a solid representation in Australia & in line with this, Safety Access & Rescue is proud to be offering SPRAT Level 1, 2 & 3 programs at our Lawson facility.
The three levels of SPRAT qualifications are internationally recognized and can be summarized as follows:Level I Technician
An individual who performs rope access work. A Level I Technician may only work under the direct, on-site supervision of a Rope Access Lead Technician or Supervisor.Level II Technician
An individual who is responsible for physically conducting rope access operations and/or safety evaluations of rope access operations, including maintenance of associated access equipment and performs all Rope Access Lead Technician duties as assigned in the employer’s rope access work program.Level III Technician
An individual who is responsible for the overall rope access work site and performs all Rope Access Supervisor duties as assigned in the employer’s rope access work program.
If you are not sure which level of training is best for you, please give us a call on 02 4784 2224 and ask to speak to a trainer.
The Level I Technician course typically covers:-
- Current WHS legislation, SPRAT codes of conduct and the international rope access standard ISO 22846
- Understanding fall protection and work in suspension requirements
- PPE & associated equipment for rope access
- Knots, hitches & bends and anchor rigging
- Rope mobility (ascending, descending, lateral movement, passing obstacles such as knots re-belays and deviations)
- Using tools and equipment whilst in suspension and
- Mid rope self & partner rescues
The Level I 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 4-8 March 2019. The price below is for an individual and includes all of the SPRAT assessment fees. To enrol in this course, please either add this course to your shopping cart or complete the course enquiry form below.
Successful participants receive an internationally recognised qualification from SPRAT.
A recently attained qualification in Working at Heights would be advantageous, but is not essential.
Students without their own gear will be supplied with a full set of equipment for the duration of the course. To find out more about the type of equipment you will use, go to our FAQ on Rope Access Equipment.
All fees charged by the SPRAT Evaluator