SPRAT Level 2 Rope Access Training

The SPRAT Level 2 rope access training is an intermediate-level course designed to teach experienced students new skills with an enhanced emphasis on speed, efficiency, and productivity. The SPRAT Level 2 Rope Access Lead Technician course takes place over five days, with a four-day training period followed by a one-day assessment. All training and testing occurs under the supervision of certified SPRAT evaluators. Click here for pricing information on a SPRAT certification.

In this course, students will learn the following: 

  • Management communication and awareness 
  • On-the-job safety  
  • Mechanical advantage system principles  
  • Pull-through anchors 
  • Load-sharing anchor techniques  
  • Rope system theory and analysis  
  • Cross hauling 
  • Rescue hauling  
  • Aid climbing  
  • Rescue techniques and applications

To enroll in this course, applicants must:  

  • Be a minimum age of 18 years old, verified by government-issued identification  
  • Due to equipment limitations, have a maximum body weight of 280 pounds   
  • Possess SPRAT Level 1 certification, with at least six months of experience  
  • Accrue 500 hours or more of documented rope access work as a SPRAT Level 1 technician  

With a team of experienced personnel, knowledgeable instructors and reliable equipment, we can prepare students to excel in at-height situations. 

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Rope access trainee with instructor in training facility
A Las Vegas-based SPRAT-approved full trainer, Altius Technical Services has state-of-the-art training centers in Atlanta, Georgia, Houston, Texas, and New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States of America, and Cape Town in South Africa.