Training availability in Lincolnshire
We have availability in July at our Lincolnshire training facility
Upcoming July courses:
The IRATA Level 1 is the entry level into the rope access industry. An IRATA Level 1 technician will be able to perform a range of rope access manoeuvres and have an understanding of the current legislation. An IRATA Level 1 is required to be supervised by an IRATA Level 3 technician.
This IRATA rope access course is for candidates who already have an IRATA Level 1 qualification, plus 1,000 hours of work on ropes, one year of experience from your previous Level 1 assessment and a Level 1 certificate that is still in date.
This IRATA training course is for candidates who already have an IRATA Level 2 qualification, plus 1,000 hours of work on ropes, one year of experience from your previous Level 2 assessment and a Level 2 certificate that is still in date.
This course is intended for people who will be carrying out thorough examinations on Personal Fall Protective Equipment e.g., store personnel, site supervisors, working at height operatives or rope access operatives. Current legislation requires personal fall protective equipment to be thoroughly examined by a complete person as to the Working at Height and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations.
This course covers the use of fall protection equipment when working at height. This course is for personnel who are required to work at height, e.g. roofers, maintenance operatives, surveyors/inspectors and telecom mast/tower climbers.
This course has been designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge and competence to undertake a rescue of a co-worker or a casualty who has fallen and is suspended by lanyards. The course covers rescuing a casualty from fall arrest equipment after a fall using a prepacked rescue equipment.
Fixed Ladder Inspection Course
This course is designed for personnel who carry out inspections on fixed ladders to BS 4211 British Standard which specifies requirements for ladders with single bar rungs intended to be fixed permanently to structures.
MCL is a specialist working at height/rope access and difficult access training provider who has recently opened a new a new state of the art facility at CATCH (Centre for the Assessment of Technical Competence). This new facility based in the industrially-rich region of the Humber, provides a safe and authentic site environment with full-scale equipment for experiential learning and development. From these world-class training facilities we deliver practical, onsite-based training to members of the oil, gas and renewable industries, construction, stage and theatre rigging, theme parks and many more. Classrooms and simulated industrial environments make for the perfect setting in which to undertake our accredited qualifications. Rope access can be applied to so many difficult or unusual scenarios.
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