Introduction to Rope Access for Rescue
About the Class
This class will introduce a selection of Rope Access techniques specifically chosen to improve the rescuer's ability to move through a static rope system. Most of the class will be at height moving through rope obstacles along with system evaluation and gear inspection. This course does not replace a SPRAT or IRATA Rope Access course; it is intended to expand a rescuer’s existing skill set.
This course is held at the ProSafety & Rescue's indoor training facility in Bakersfield, CA. The facility was a newspaper printing plant that has been converted into a world-class rope rescue and rope access training center. The 100% climate-controlled building features an extremely high ceiling, numerous platforms, observation decks, trusses, confined space props, elevator shafts, multiple industrial structures, and a modern classroom.
Inspect personal equipment, perform job safety analysis, rig simple anchors, ascend and descend ropes, knot pass on ascent and descent, edge transition without high directional help, simple pickoff rescues from ascent and descent, rope to rope transfers, maneuver through a re-anchor and maneuver through a deviation.
CMC School Certificate of Completion
CMC Rope Rescue Technician Manual
NOTE: Your spot is not guaranteed until you are contacted by the CMC School confirming your enrollment. The CMC School administrator will contact you 45 days before the start date to confirm the class will be held as scheduled. We strongly suggest that you do not make any travel arrangements before that time, as classes are subject to cancellation.
EARLY $849 when registered and paid 45 days in advance.
REGULAR $889 when registered less than 45 days in advance
Limited to 10 students. We emphasize hands-on instruction and encourage participation by everyone in the class. Classes fill early, so register soon.