SPRAT Rope Access Course

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Level 1 SPRAT Course

The SPRAT Level 1 course is designed for new students who have never done any rope access course before. You’ll be introduced to the SPRAT certification process, learn how to operate the rope access system, and what your role is in a rope access team.

Topics Include

• Roles and Responsibilities
• Equipment Use and Inspection
• Job Safety Use of Back-up Devices
• Use of Descenders
• Use of Ascenders
• Change-overs
• Passing Knots
• Rope-to-Rope Transfer
• Deviation
• Re-anchor (>2 m)
• Negotiate Edge
• Rope and Sling Protection
• Horizontal Aid Climbing
• Level 1 Rescue Scenario
• Anchorage Systems
• Hauling and Lowering System

Modality

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Level 2 SPRAT Course

The SPRAT Level 2 course is designed for SPRAT level 1 technicians with 500 rope access hours and at least 6 months of rope experience. Or, if you need to recertify your almost expiring SPRAT level 2 certification. The L2 course goes beyond the basics and focuses on advanced rigging techniques developed to achieve more complex access solutions.

Topics Include

• Equipment Use and Inspection
• Job Safety
• Use of Back-up Devices
• Use of Descenders
• Use of Ascenders
• Change-overs
• Deviation
• Re-anchor (>2 m)
• Negotiate Edge
• Rope and Sling Protection
• Vertical Aid Climbing
• Rescue through Knots
• Rescue from Horizontal Aid Climbing
• Knots and Hitches
• Rigging and System Dynamics
• Anchorage Systems
• Rope Access System Pre-rigged to Lower
• Retrievable Rope Systems
• Pitch Head Break in and Lower
• Cross-Hau

Modality

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Level 3 SPRAT Course

The SPRAT L3 course is available for all level 2 SPRAT technicians with pre-requisites to advance or current level 3 technicians that need to renew with almost expiring level 3 certification. It is also the basis for Rope Access supervisory roles. This course will prepare applicants to lead their teams through complex and advanced rigging and rescue scenarios, while emphasizing the need for excellent leadership skills, paperwork, and job site management.

Topics Include

Roles and Responsibilities
• Equipment Use and Inspection
• Job Safety
• Management and Communication
• Team Scenario
• Use of Back-up Devices
• Use of Descenders
• Use of Ascenders
• Change-overs
• Passing Knots
• Rope-to-Rope Transfer
• Deviation
• Re-anchor (>2 m)
• Negotiate Edge
• Rope and Sling Protection
• Horizontal Aid Climbing
• Vertical Aid Climbing
• Rescue through Knots
• Rescue through Deviation or Re-Anchor
• Rescue from middle of Reanchor or Rope to Rope
• Rescue from Horizontal Aid Climbing
• Knots and Hitches
• Rigging and System
• Dynamics
• Anchorage Systems
• Rope Access System Prerigged to Lower
• Retrievable Rope Systems
• Cross-Haul
• Hauling and Lowering through knots
• Tensioned Rope Systems

Modality

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