IRATA LEVEL 1, 2 & 3 COURSES WHO IS THE COURSE SUITABLE FOR? The course is designed to provide you with basic Level 1 to more advanced skills at Levels 2 & 3, that will enable you to work at height in a safe manner in a variety of environments using a variety of techniques.LEARNING OUTCOMES:At the end of the course you will: Demonstrate knowledge of hazards and risks associated with working at height. Demonstrate an understanding of current and national legislation regarding working at heights. Demonstrate correct identification, selection and use of PPE and its suitability for specific tasks. Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to correctly Pre-inspect equipment,Clean, store and wear the relevant PPE. Demonstrate a range of rope access skills and maneuvers according to the level of Qualification sitting.Candidates should consider their experience carefully before attempting to progress to a higher level. Candidates without appropriate experience, adequate pre-assessment training and knowledge of the syllabus are unlikely to meet the required standard, when assessed. ASSESSMENT You will be formerly assessed by an independent assessor on day 5 of your course, further training may be advised if not meeting the required standard. CERTIFICATION On Successful completion of your course, you will receive temporary results of competence from your assessor. Your details will then be uploaded onto the IRATA website and official certificate and logbook will be sent to you separately.
iCATS APPLICATOR MODULE 1WHAT IS iCATS? ICATS is the Industrial Coatings Training Scheme, developed due to demands by industry to have formal accredited training for Applicators of Coatings in the UK. ICATS qualifications are also a requirement for many operators including some of the following National Rail, Oil and Gas industry, Renewable Energy sector and Infrastructure Owners. The scheme is mandated by The Highways Agency in NHSS19A and Network Rail for all applicators. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Module 1 Applicator Module consists of 3 days Theory and 2 days Practical. Health and Safety Site Access Plant and Equipment Surface Preparation Paint Types & Application Quality Assurance and Control. ASSESSMENT Assessment is by a multiple choice test throughout the course and practical exercises MODULE 1 MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE YOU CAN TAKE MODULES 2 AND 3