Once again, due to popular demand, we have added an extra course to our training calendar.
The extra course will be running from the 15th of March to the 19th of March, that’s the week after the Victorian Labour Day weekend.
The course will start on the Tuesday after the long weekend, with the assessment being held on Saturday the 19th of March.
We anticipate this course to be booked out fairly quickly, so the first people in with their deposit/course payments will be the first ones allocated to the course.
Course application forms can be found here
Due to popular demand, we have added an extra Level 1 course to the calendar.
The Level 1 course will run from the 1st to the 5th of February
There are limited places available on this course, so get in quick if you would like to secure your place on the course.
Online bookings can be made here!
We ran another of our Rope Access practice nights at our North Melbourne venue last night.
Whilst there was only a small number a participants turn up, they all had a great time running through all manner of techniques to keep themselves up to date. Lots of aid climbing was completed, a couple of rescues and even some loop traverses!
Our free practice nights are run each month, usually on the 3rd Tuesday, so if you are interested in practicing some rope access techniques that you may not have used in a while, head on in and say hi!
We do ask people to bring there own helmets, but we have plenty of gear for everyone to play around on.
You can even try out some equipment that you may have seen out in the workplace, but haven’t had the chance to use. We regularly put new equipment into our training department for people to use and train on.
The next night will be running on the 18th of August, starting around 5:30pm.
Rope Access Technologies has hit the world wide web.
With a focus on delivering high quality Industrial Rope Access training under the IRATA Training and Certification Scheme, RAT prides itself on running courses for individuals or companies at all levels.
Our custom built training centre allows for a broad range of techniques to be explored and practiced.
Rope Access Technologies is currently running the IRATA courses on behalf of Direct Access Services in North Melbourne.
For more information, please feel free to contact us.