As an IRATA-certified training company, we are among the only companies in the country that offer IRATA Level 1, 2, and 3 rope-access courses.
Where do we educate
Our training facilities are located in the former B&W Halls on the island of Refshaleøen in Copenhagen, but as full IRATA members we are allowed to teach courses at any suitable location in the world.
How many courses per year?
We teach courses 4–6 times a year with room for 10 participants per course, regardless of level.
Please feel free to write or call us if you wish to know when the next course will be held.
Duration of one course.
Each course is taught over five days, including training and one day of examinations.
What does it cost?
Courses cost 12,000 DKK ex VAT, including dinner.
The course content varies depending on whether you wish to upgrade to Level 1, 2, or 3.
Direct entry to Level 2 or 3 costs extra, as more resources are needed for the examiner and administration prior to the commencement of the course.
IRATA Level 1
As a Level 1 technician, you will be trained to complete rope-access projects under the supervision of an IRATA Level 3 technician. You will be responsible for your own equipment, assist in rigging, and obtain basic knowledge of hauling systems and rescue.
IRATA Level 2
As a Level 2 technician, you will be able to perform more demanding and complex tasks than at Level 1, under the supervision of an IRATA Level 3 technician. Level 2 will provide you with a greater, more in-depth understanding of rope-access operations, rescue scenarios, and the method in general.
The following requirements must be met before you will be able to take the Level 2 examination:
You must have worked at least 1000 logged hours as a Level 1 technician, and have at least 1 year of experience (logbooks must be presented at the beginning of the course).
Direct entry for IRATA Level 2
Requires a minimum of 1500 logged hours using a different approved double rope system (SOFT, SPRAT, FISAT, ARAA).
IRATA Level 3 (supervisor)
As an IRATA Level 3 technician, you will be capable of site supervision and carry overall responsibility for safety during operations. You will be able to read, comprehend, and compile safety manuals for the project, set up the rescue system, conduct Toolbox Talks, approve riggings, and make sure that equipment and workers are safe. A Level 3 technician is responsible for the safety of the entire operation.
The following requirements must be met before you will be able to take the Level 3 examination:
You must have worked at least 1000 logged hours as a Level 2, and have at least 1 year of experience as level 2 + hold an in to date approved first aid certificate (logbooks and first aid certificate must be presented at the beginning of the course).
Direct entry for IRATA Level 3
Requires a minimum of 2500 logged hours using a different approved double rope system (SOFT, SPRAT, FISAT, ARAA). + an in to date approved first aid certificate