IRATA is internationally recognised as the most widely recognised certification scheme for rope access work in the world.
SINGING ROCK is the first and so far the only company in the Czech Republic to become a member of the globally recognized INDUSTRIAL ROPE ACCESS TRADE ASSOCIATION.
After successful completion of the training participants receive the IRATA certificate, which is valid around the world and which is required by some foreign entities as the only possible prerequisite to carry out work at height.
This intensive six-day course ends with a theoretical and mainly practical examination supervised by an independent IRATA commissioner. During this mentally and physically challenging week, trainees will learn a wide range of access techniques used when work at height. Their independent mastery is required to pass the final examinations.
The course is led by an experienced IRATA instructor whose reﬂects the special needs of the participants with an individual approach. In order to maintain IRATA standards, the course capacity is limited to eight trainees.
Target group of training
- workers work at height and above free depth
Target objects of operation:
- rope access
Content of training
IRATA's training structure divides training into three technical levels
The IRATA education structure divides trainings into three technical levels:
- Level 1
a rope access technician capable of performing a specific range of rope access techniques
- Level 2
an experienced rope access technician familiar with Level 1 techniques as well as more complex skills and rescue of the injured in rope access
- Level 3
a rope access expert qualified to supervise the workplace during projects at height and above depth. S/he is able to demonstrate skills and knowledge required in Level 1, 2 and 3. S/he has experience with the techniques and related legislation. S/he has a comprehensive knowledge of advanced rescue techniques.
Take with you
- solid ankle boots
- work clothing
- own PPE for work at height (not a prerequisite; complete equipment is lent free of charge during the training)