At Height Dynamics we don’t just train our students, we educate. The Height Dynamics Kedron rope access training facility has been established to provide varied skill level elements that rope access operators would encounter out in the field. Our facility has been certified as an Australian Rope Access Association (ARAA) training venue with full RPEQ structural engineering approval. With over 20 years of onsite field experience our trainers will ensure you will more than just a certificate when you complete your rope access training with Height Dynamics.

 

Safety

This five day rope access training course is designed to provide workers with the knowledge and practical skills to the level ARAA Level 1 Rope Access Basic Operator. Workers with this qualification may work under the supervision of a level 2 or level 3 ARAA operative depending on the specific site classification.

Course material includes

  • What defines ‘rope access’
  • Legislation and governance material relating to working at height
  • Risk control measures for rope access
  • Knots and rope management
  • Equipment fitting and use
  • Basic rigging and anchoring principles
  • Rope ascending and descending techniques
  • Basic rescue procedures
  • Inspect, care and maintain equipment

Students will be assessed by an independent assessor to determine their competency as a Level 1 operator both theoretically and practically. Students that are deemed competent will receive an industry qualification from ARAA at Level 1 mapped against AS/NZS 4488 Industrial Rope Access Systems.

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Team

This five day course is designed to provide workers with the knowledge and practical skills to the level ARAA Level 2 Rope Access Advanced Operator and Basic Site Supervisor. At the completion of a successful level 2 assessment Operators may supervise workers on a ‘basic’ site and may also work under the supervision of a Level 3 Operator on an ‘Advanced’ site.

Course material includes

  • Complete and maintain site records
  • Intermediate knots and rope management
  • Aid climbing (vertical / horizontal / diagonal)
  • Advanced rigging and anchoring principles
  • Operate lowering and hauling systems (simple and compound M.A.)
  • Rescue past knots, re-anchors and diversions (ascend and descend)
  • Create site specific rescue plan
  • Supervision of personnel /equipment /materials
  • Conduct roping activity briefings and implement procedures on site

Students will be assessed by an independent assessor to determine their competency as a Level 2 operator both theoretically and practically. Students that are deemed competent will receive an industry qualification from ARAA at Level 2 mapped against AS/NZS 4488 Industrial Rope Access Systems.

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Education

This five day course is designed to provide workers with the knowledge and practical skills to the level ARAA Level 3 Rope Access Advanced Site Supervisor. At the completion of a successful level 3 assessment  Operators may run projects including those on sites classified as ‘Advanced.’

Course material includes

  • Maintain records, accident and incident data
  • Thorough understanding of legal requirement
  • Advanced knots and rope management
  • Load release hitches and releasable anchors
  • Tramways (tyrolean and telphers)
  • Advanced mechanical advantage systems - complex
  • Rescue from loop traverse, aid and horizontal rope systems
  • Rescue load management – raise / lower
  • Rescue team and accident management
  • Review effectiveness of work methods
  • Create & operate rope access management systems

Students will be assessed by an independent assessor to determine their competency as a Level 3 operator both theoretically and practically. Students that are deemed competent will receive an industry qualification from ARAA at Level 3 mapped against AS/NZS 4488 Industrial Rope Access Systems.

Download a PDF version here.

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