AccessTRAIN

We believe our training is world class, and so do our students. The education our students receive not only prepares them to be successful on Certification Day, but also helps them build a rewarding career of working at height. Our students are the soul of our company and their safety and success are at the core of our belief system.

AccessRULES holds rope access training courses almost every week of the year. Whether you’re interested in IRATA, SPRAT or a dual certification, we’re here to help. If you’re not sure which certification will suit your needs, we’ll help with that, too.

Rope access is not just for oil and gas, it’s used throughout the world in virtually any industry that requires men and women to work at height to get a job done. When combined with another trade like Nondestructive Testing (NDT), welding, or painting, rope access makes you that much more attractive to employers.

Industrial rope access training is not easy. There are some pre-requisites you need to know about, so <read here>. Level 1 candidate training can be the hardest week of rope access you’ll perform in your career. Don’t worry, it gets easier! As a Level 2 candidate, you can expect math, angles and a whole bunch of safe working load. As a Level 3 candidate, you’ll be exposed to job planning and safety, advanced rigging techniques and rescues, lots of rescues!

Available Courses

SPRAT

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SPRAT recommends you receive training prior to a certification attempt. The training...

IRATA

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We’re very proud to be a Training Member Company for IRATA. Per...

Custom Courses

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Although IRATA and SPRAT certifications are internationally recognized, you may be limited...

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