Rope Access Certification Course (SPRAT®)

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Rope access provides a safe, cost-effective, and efficient means of access, egress, and positioning for work at height:    

  • construction;
  • engineers;
  • inspectors;
  • window washers; and
  • maintenance of structures, buildings, towers, bridges.

Adding a SPRAT ® certification to your toolbox will improve your chances of being hired as employers increasingly rely on SPRAT®-certified workers for their skill and practice in safety and awareness while  on the job. Become a Rope Access Technician and improve your safety at height and your skill set. This four-day class will provide the information and skills you need to pass the SPRAT® certification session that will be held on the fifth day by an independent SPRAT® Evaluator. Participants will learn many skills, including but not limited to:

  • ascending and descending;
  • rope to rope transfers;
  • passing knots;
  • short and long re-belays;
  • passing deviation anchors;
  • passing and installing rope protection;
  • basic knot craft;
  • the importance of fall factors; and
  • mechanical advantage systems.                     

Levels Two and Three are also available, providing participant can provide proof of necessary hours for evaluation. 

Prerequisites: None 

Location: 3850 York Street, Denver, CO 80205 

Max Class Size: 6 students

SKU: VR63022

This is a five-day course.

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*This course is discounted for NATE members.