About the Course

Filmed at Petzl’s North American Headquarters, "Rope Access" refers to a set of techniques where a two rope system with specialized hardware are used as the primary means of providing access and support to workers. It provides a safe, cost-effective, and efficient means of accessing structures and geologic features for inspection, maintenance, and construction.

The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) is a member-driven organization that advances the safe use of rope access through education, standards development, and administering certifications. In addition, SPRAT supports companies and technicians using rope access with regulatory support, networking, and opportunities to participate in developing industry-consensus standards.

The Rope Access Project: SPRAT Certification Primer is a three-part series that specifically covers the three different levels of SPRAT Certification which professionally certifies a rope access technician and prepares them for safe working at height and a continuous model for technique retention.

What You'll Learn

Inside The Rope Access Project: SPRAT Certification Level 2, students will learn material on:

  • Pull through

  • Pick off rescue casualty in ascent mode

  • Rescue past a deviation

  • Rescue from rope to rope transfer

  • Rescue with casualty in aid climb situations

  • Handing haul

  • Cross haul for rescue or moving equipment

  • And more!

Learn from One of the Best in the Industry

Learn more about the expert instructor

  • Dan Ghiringhelli

    Rigging Lab Academy Instructor | Western Regional Rope Access Manager at TeamQualspec

    Dan Ghiringhelli

    Dan is experienced and qualified in rope access protocols, procedures and equipment, and was designated by Qualspec to execute rope access operations. He is responsible to ensure that the appropriate rope access, rescue and personal protective equipment are provided for each rope access project and that personnel have the proper tools for the job and that all rope access projects are appropriately supervised.

Course Curriculum

  • 1
    Unit 1: Welcome
    • 1.1 Welcome
  • 2
    Unit 2: Pull Through
    • 2.1 Pull Through
    • 2.2 Video Tutorial: Pull Through
  • 3
    Unit 3: Pick Off Rescue Casualty in Ascent Mode
    • 3.1 Pick Off Rescue Casualty In Ascent Mode
    • 3.1 Video Tutorial: Pick Off Rescue Casualty In Ascent Mode
  • 4
    Unit 4: Rescue Past a Deviation
    • 4.1 Rescue Past a Deviation
    • 4.1 Video Tutorial: Rescue Past a Deviation
  • 5
    Unit 5: Rescue from Rope to Rope Transfer
    • 5.1 Rescue from Rope to Rope Transfer
    • 5.2 Video Tutorial: Rescue from Rope to Rope Transfer
  • 6
    Unit 6: Rescue with Casualty In Aid Climb Situation
    • 6.1 Rescue with Casualty In Aid Climb Situation
    • 6.2 Video Tutorial: Rescue with Casualty In Aid Climb Situation
  • 7
    Unit 7: Hanging Haul
    • 7.1 Hanging Haul
    • 7.2 Video Tutorial: Hanging Haul
  • 8
    Unit 8: Cross Haul for Rescue or Moving Equipment
    • 8.1 Cross Haul for Rescue or Moving Equipment
    • 8.2 Video Tutorial: Cross Haul for Rescue or Moving Equipment
  • 9
    Unit 9: Wrap Up
    • 9.1 Wrap Up

Added Perks

Additional features Rigging Lab Academy Members are enjoying

  • Certificate of Completion

    Download your personalized Certificate of Completion after completing the course.

  • 100% Self-Paced

    Go through the course material as fast or as slow as you'd like.

  • Private Discussion Board

    Ask questions, meet other students, and even chat with the course instructor.

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