Maximum Number of Learners:
8 per Instructor
A good understanding of both oral and written English. We highly recommend Candidates have or complete a QQI Level 6 Training Qualification, especially if they intend delivering instruction or training on a commercial basis.
Certification and Accreditation:
Successful Candidates will receive Working at Height Instructors and Harness / Lanyard Inspectors Card and Certificate of Successful Completion.
Candidates who successfully complete all practical and theory assessments will be provided with all material required to deliver Working at Heights Instruction and perform Harness / Lanyard Inspections to a GAI Standard. Material will include PowerPoint, Course Notes, Health & Safety Legislation in relation to Working at Heights and WAH Equipment Certification, Trainee Assessment Sheets, Inspection Sheets and more.
- Legislation in relation to Health & Safety, Working at Heights and Lifting Equipment Inspection and Certification
- Working at Height Definition
- Ladder Safety Awareness
- Working Safely on Roofs
- Working at Height from MEWPS
- Mobile Access Towers Safety Awareness
- Scaffolding Safety Awareness
- Excavations in relation to Working at Height
- Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint Systems
- Risk Assessments for Working at Height
- Suspension Trauma and Rescue Plans
- Inspection, Auditing and Certification of Harness / Lanyard Systems to GA1 Standard.
Post Training Support:
We will provide post training support and advice to any or all candidate who may require it. We encourage our participants to actively participate in Working at Height Training Courses that we ourselves run, to help them gain confidence and experience in delivering their own Working at Height Training and Instruction.
Tea, Coffee and Lunch is provided every day on all full day courses