SPRAT

The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians 

Duration:

Duration: 5 days training + 1 day exam

The training consists of a theoretical part, where topics related to work at heights are discussed. The main part, however, is a practice training, including rope access techniques used in work at heights. The last day of the training is a practice exam, which is conducted by an independent examiner accredited by SPRAT.

Levels qualification::

Level 1 technician trainee

This rope access technician is able to perform a specified range of rope access tasks under the supervision of a Level 3.

Level 2 rope access technician- Specialist:

Rope access technician- Specialist: at this level a technician has full range of knowledge and skills in rope access techniques, prepares occupational positions and participates in rescue operations under the supervision of Level 3 specialist. Candidates who are joining the SPRAT certification at level 2, shall have a minimum of 6 months experience and documented a minimum of 500 hours of work as a technician with SPRAT qualifications at Level 1.

Level 3 rope access technician – Supervisor:

He supervises work, he takes full responsibility for work delivery and for employees subjected to him. He has full knowledge and skills from levels 1, 2 and 3. He has a comprehensive knowledge of advanced rescue techniques. Candidates who are joining the SPRAT certification at level 3, shall have a minimum of 6 months experience as a technician with SPRAT qualifications at level 2 and current first aid certificate.

Direct Entry.

There is a possibility to join the training at Level 2 or 3 without the previous level 1. Candidates who join the certification should meet the following conditions:

Direct Entry level 2

documented 500 hours of work,
CV with at least two professional references containing full details of the employer, position, work experience,
Letters of recommendation from the head of the works or client,
complete Worklog.

Direct Entry level 3

documented 1000 hours of work,
CV with at least two professional references containing full details of the employer, position, work experience,
Letters of recommendation from the head of the works or client,
complete Worklog,
First aid certificate.

Certificates:

After completing the training, participants receive a certificate of the SPRAT organization and a Logbook, in which a career history of the technician is recorded. Each certificate, regardless to the level, is issued for a period of 3 years. After this date you should attend to a refresher training or ascend to a higher level. Additionally, technicians who did not participate in the work at heights for longer than six months should undergo re-training.


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Adress:

ROJAM Training Centre

80-758 Gdansk, ul. Siennicka 25

POLAND

Phone number:

+48 696 322 916

Email:

biuro@rojam.eu

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