National Certificate in Industrial Rope Access

Vertical Horizonz
Industrial Rope Access (Elementary Rope Skills Level 3)

Overview:

Vertical Horizonz New Zealand offers this full qualification. We are able to conduct this training at our premises or yours, as well as arrange suitable facilities throughout the country.

The standard delivery period is 10 working days, however we are offering this course based on a 6 day training package (with pre course study), therefore minimising the time a trainee is away from their position. This qualification has been written to provide the Industrial Rope Access Industry with a nationally recognised qualification. In this programme the group has directly avoided specifying technique; we recognise for example that there are many ways to ascend and a large variety of equipment to choose from. The purpose of the assessment is to confirm that the candidate can ascend safely using equipment that meets the specifications. We believe that this allows for greater diversification of technique among those who obtain this qualification. Theoretical sessions will be conducted during the course. You will need to be physically fit to pass the practical components of the assessment as you will be spending the majority of the time on ropes carrying out practical tasks and skill sets.

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Tai Poutini Polytechnic

Tai Poutini Polytechnic

Training in Industrial Rope Access is available through the Applied Technologies Department at Tai Poutini Polytechnic

Overview:

Structured training using Unit Standards registered on the NZQA Framework leads to a National Certificate in Industrial Rope Access: Elementary Rope Skills and Working on Ropes. Entry to Working on Ropes follows Elementary Rope Skills. The qualification sits at levels 3 and 4 on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. Students gain the knowledge and practical skills to seek and conduct work within a large variety of fields, including:

  • Film industry
  • Building maintenance and construction
  • Underground/surface mines
  • Off-shore and land-based oil rig work.

Study consists of part-time night classes, and supervised practical exercises in the workplace. The certificate is available nationally and can be begun at any time during the year.

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  • Contact Details

    Preeti Singh
    Tai Poutini Polytechnic

    Phone: (09) 308 7517
    Mobile: (029) 739 9999
    preetis@ttp.ac.nz

    PO Box 53-120, Airport Oaks, Auckland 2150

    www.tpp.ac.nz