TCS training courses are designed based on regulations and industry best practices aligned with relevant international standards and/or approved by appropriate industry accrediting bodies, as necessary.
The aim of TCS training courses is to ensure that all individuals have reached a recognized level of competence to enable them to work on-site more safely with reduced risk to themselves and others.
According to regulations, there is a need for organisations to ensure all employees are competent especially in areas where high-risk activities take place.
“Industrial Service” training courses are carefully designed to meet the requirements of the modern industries including, but not limited to oil & gas, construction, chemical, shipbuilding, etc. Training courses covered under the “Industrial Service” category provide a different level of skills and competencies to employees involved with Access Solutions, Painting & Blasting, and other industrial services. Industrial Service training courses include Rope Access Level 1-2-3, Scaffolding Level 1-2-3, Painting & Blasting, Pressure Testing, Water Jetting, etc.
The courses are interactive and can be delivered in the language of your choice. Practical exercises and course materials are provided as per specific training requirements. The content can be localized to reflect the country or region where the workforce will operate.
To ensure that individuals have reached the required level of competency, they MUST successfully complete a training course and assessment. Successful candidates will then receive the certificate transferable worldwide. Individuals must renew their certificates based on the expiry date shown on the certificate to ensure their knowledge is up to date.
The detailed course content is as follows:
Min 4 - Max 6
- Minimum age of 18 years
- Physically fit and unaffected by any disability or medical condition that may prevent them from working safely.
- Have an adequate level of fitness, are physically able to perform the tasks expected in terms of strength, agility and co-ordination, and are able to withstand the stresses of the working environment, such as heat, cold, and other inclement weather.
- Required to declare that they do not have any medical conditions or contraindications that may prevent them from working safely.
- If a candidate has a contra-indicated condition which is controlled with medication, he/she shall obtain a signed doctor’s note to show the Training member company or employer that the condition should not prevent that person doing rope access work providing they have access to the required medication
For upgrading candidates:
- Valid “Rope Access Level 1” Cert on the day of assessment;
- Minimum 12 months experience and 1000 working hours logged, before expiry date
Candidates with Expired Level 1 upgrading to Level 2:
- Regain Level 1 certificate by attending IRATA Accredited Level 1 course and assessment
- Complete a minimum of 150 hours of logged rope access work following their most recent successful Level 1 certification assessment;
- Attain a minimum total of 1150 logged rope access hours.
Candidates with expired (by up to 6 months) Level 2 to be recertified to Level 2:
- Attend the revalidation training.
Candidates with expired (by between 6 & 24 months) Level 2 to be recertified to Level 2:
- Attend and successfully complete a 1-day refresher training prior to attending a Level 2 training course.
Candidates with expired (by more than 24 months) Level 2 to be recertified to Level 2:
- Regain a Level 1 recertification by attending IRATA Accredited Level 1 course and assessment.
- Complete a minimum of 150 hours of logged rope access work following their most recent successful Level 1 certification assessment.
NOTE: Rope access Technicians not engaged in rope access work for six months or more should attend refresher training!
Full PPE, Logbook, Previous Certificate.