RAM’s Rope Access Training Program has been completely remodeled to meet current legislative and industry accepted practices. While, our equipment selection and technique explanations meet what is realistically found in the field, we strive to elevate field practice to a safer standard through understanding, practice and exposure to better solutions and equipment.
5 DAYS OF TRAINING
IRATA requires a minimum 30 hours of training, regardless of level. This is traditionally done in 4 days of training with a 5th day being the assessment, fitted therefore within a typical work week.
At RAM, we realized the importance of an extra day of training, both for brand new trainees and experienced technicians willing to upgrade their tickets. So we redesigned our training program to incorporate one more day. That extra time for training and practice allows for, among others, a few important things:
Ample time to practice every technique.
More room for deeper discussions of legislation, equipment inspections, standards, safety bulletins, accident reviews, etc.
Wiggle-room for a potential unforeseen circumstance when a trainee cannot attend one day of training.
A mock-assessment done on the Friday simulates Assessment day, cooling nerves and allowing for more practice.