Trac Engineering Ltd


A Level 2 Rope Access Technicians must have logged a minimum of 1000 working hours over the minimum period of a year at Level 1, attended a minimum 4-day training course at level 2 and pass a 1-day practical and theoretical assessment, delivered by an independent IRATA assessor.

Course content:

⚫ Proficiency in all Level 1 theoretical
   & practical requirements
⚫ Additional knots & rigging
⚫ Advanced rescue techniques
⚫ Rigging for rescue
⚫ Hauling & lowering techniques
⚫ Level 2 theory knowledge


The course builds on the Level 1 course material and the candidate's practical experience. More in depth rigging and rescue techniques as well as a higher degree of proficiency on the ropes consolidate the candidate's experience and offer an introduction to the more complex techniques of Level 3.

There is also a written paper, which concentrates on the candidate's theoretical knowledge.

A Level 2 certificate confirms the candidate's experience and competence to operate as a reliable worker.

On successful achievement of the qualification and once IRATA registration is completed the candidate will be issued by post with a new certificate and ID card.



Trac Engineering


Who should attend

This course is intended for Level 1 technicians who have gained a minimum of 12 months and 1000 logged hours of work experience in a variety of tasks. Delegates must be physically and medically fit.

Course Aims

To provide delegates with the ability to rig ropes and undertake rescues, including hauling, under the supervision of a Level 3 technician.

Course Duration: 5 Days (4 days training and a pass day practical and theory assessment)

Trainer to Delegate ratio: 1-6



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