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SPRAT Training International

International training to work at height using the rope access method in the SPRAT system

SPRAT
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SPRAT

SPRAT – Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians was established in the mid 1990s in North America to meet the needs of an increasing number of companies and operators using rope access techniques to work at height. This organization is the world’s first specialized wind turbine operator making use of rope access.

Duration: 5 days, including 1 day for the exam (independent SPRAT Examiner)

The price of the training covers:

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Food in the form of dinners for the 5 days of training

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Training materials

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Certificate of completion of HAS training in the field of safe work at height

Valid one year from date of issue.

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SPRAT training completion certificate

Valid 3 years from the date of issue.

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Work logbook

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Plastic ID card

Requirements:

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The candidate should be at least 18 years old

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Candidates should demonstrate psycho-physical predispositions to perform work at height

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Candidates cannot have contraindications to perform work at height

Contraindications:

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Heart disease / Chest pain or diabetes

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High blood pressure

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Epilepsy, syncope

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Fear of heights, dizziness

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Balance disorder

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Damage to limb functionality

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Mental disorders

Level 1:

Rope access trainee – employee at this level is capable of performing work using rope access techniques under the supervision of a person with level 3 qualification.

Level 2:

Rope Access Specialist – Person at this level has full knowledge and skills to perform work using rope access techniques. He participates in rescue operations under the supervision of Level 3 Technician.

To qualify for Level 2 training, the candidate must have min. 6 month experience and min. 500 hours of work done as a technician with SPRAT qualifications at level 1 documented in the worklog.

Level 3:

Rope Access Technician – Supervisor – The person at this level is responsible for preparing the work plan, risk assessment and rescue action, takes full responsibility for subordinates and the performance of work. Demonstrates practical and theoretical knowledge from all three levels.

To qualify for Level 3 training, the candidate must have min. 6 month experience and min. 500 hours of work done as a technician with SPRAT qualifications at level 2 documented in the worklog and also must hold a current first aid certificate.

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Direct entry:

It is possible to advance to level 2 or 3 without obtaining lower levels first. However, the following requirements must be met by a candidate:

Direct entry to L2:

  • a minimum of 500 hours worked in a two-rope system similar to SPRAT
  • Submitted CV
  • at least two reference letters containing employer’s details, position, work experience,
  • completed work time summary form or a scanned work logbook from another organization

Direct entry to L3:

  • a minimum of 1000 hours worked in a two-rope system similar to SPRAT
  • Submitted CV
  • at least two reference letters containing employer’s details, position, work experience,
  • completed work time summary form or a scanned work logbook from another organization

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