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IRATA Level 1 Training with Graviteq

Experience the thrill of reaching new heights and unlocking endless opportunities with Graviteq's premium IRATA training. At Graviteq, we are committed to helping individuals like you gain the globally recognised IRATA certification, empowering you to become an accomplished level 1 rope access technician.

Certified IRATA level 1 technicians can perform a specified range of rope access tasks safely and efficiently, demonstrating competence in equipment inspection, rigging assistance, non-standard operations, self-descent and the knowledge of hauling systems.

IRATA Course Overview

This course is an entry-level course and specifies the outcomes required to carry out Rope Access work as an IRATA Level 1 under the IRATA training and certification scheme.

An IRATA level 1 rope access technician shall be capable of performing a limited range of rope access tasks required by his or her employers, under the supervision of an IRATA level 3 rope access technician. He/she is:

 

  • responsible for inspections of all his/her own personal rope access equipment;

  • able to assist in rigging and non-standard operations, under the guidance of a higher grade;

  • able to undertake a rescue involving descent by him/herself and have a knowledge of hauling systems.

 

NOTE     A level 1 rope access technician is not allowed to supervise others

IRATA Level 1 Course Objectives

When you choose Graviteq for your IRATA Level 1 training, you'll acquire the specialised skills required to confidently perform a specified range of rope access tasks while benefiting from the guidance and oversight of a seasoned Level 3 technician.

This course's level of training lays the foundation for your career in the exciting world of rope access, with modules designed to help you achieve the following objectives:

  • Equip candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform a range of rope access tasks under supervision.

  • Ensure candidates can conduct personal rope access equipment inspections.

  • Familiarise candidates with rigging and non-standard operations under the guidance of higher-level technicians.

  • Train candidates in the techniques for self-descent and rescue, including knowledge of hauling systems.

Why choose Graviteq for your IRATA Level 1 training