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Certificate of Competency in Industrial Rope Access

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Book Price (Per Person): $380 +GST

Overview

All NZQA qualified rope access operators and technicians are able to obtain an Industrial Rope Access Association of New Zealand (IRAANZ) Certificate of Competence (CoC), which identifies their current proficiency to work in New Zealand.

Additionally, rope access operators with internationally recognised qualifications may also be able to obtain an IRAANZ CoC. However, key NZQA unit standards must be completed as part of the prerequisite to cover New Zealand Health and Safety policy and legislation that cannot be obtained internationally.

A CoC is current for three years and can be easily renewed with proof of logged hours in the industry. The cost of the CoC covers the IRAANZ CoC card, an IRAANZ log book and a three-year IRAANZ affiliate membership.

For full details see the IRAANZ website: http://iraanz.co.nz/coc/#CoC

Pre-requisites

NZQA:

  • National Certificate in Rope Access Level 3 (this includes NZQA unit standards on Fall Arrest and First Aid).

Other:

  • International Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) Level 2, Australian Rope Access Association (ARAA) Level 2 or equivalent
  • NZQA unit standards 15757 and 23229 (Working at Height - Advanced)
  • NZQA unit standards 6400-6402 (First Aid).

Special Note

IRAANZ reserves the right to accept or decline international qualifications as it deems appropriate.

This course requires a level of fitness to demonstrate competency for the skill being trained.

1 day
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MIN 6
MAX 6

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