At each level of our Rope Access Training courses, you will learn how to perform rope maneuvers and rescues, as well as how to analyze rope access systems. Peak Rescue certifies according to the U.S. based, Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT).
Peak Rescue offers three levels of Rope Access Training courses to students who use rope access as a method to gain access to their worksite on tall structures.
The three levels of courses can train the students to meet and exceed the national rope access standard, SPRAT, and offer Level 1, 2, 3 SPRAT Certifications, which are measured with the highest national standards with the best safety record of all workers at height.
This 5 to 6-day course prepares candidates for SPRAT Level I certification. A successful candidate should be capable of performing a range of rope access tasks under the direct supervision of a more experienced technician.
Rope Access Techniques:
The minimum age requirement is 18 years. No previous rope access experience is necessary, however an appropriate physical and mental aptitude for technical tasks while working at height is important. Participants will be asked to perform moderate to strenuous activities. A physical examination by a doctor is strongly recommended. Candidates will be required to sign a Liability Release Form and a Statement of Medical Condition confirming the absence of known medical conditions that might preclude their ability to safely work at height.