Pacific Ropes Training Blog

When it's time for Refresher Training

If you hold a valid Rope Access certification, but it’s been more than 6 months since you last did any rope access, you will need to attend a refresher...

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No More Dual Assessments and Evaluations

Hey Rope techs! There are some changes happening with IRATA that will affect the assessment days at PacRopes.

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SPRAT Direct Entry Level 2 Procedure

For skilled rope access technicians who aren’t certified through SPRAT, but who’d like to be evaluated for a SPRAT level 2 certification, because they...

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As a Manager, can I sign rope access logbook hours?

In order for your employees to advance to the next level in IRATA or SPRAT, you'll need to ensure they document all their rope access hours in their SPRAT...

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Should I get into Rope Access?

You may have been introduced to rope access through a friend, colleague, or aquaintance at a party, climbing gym, or ski lift. Or, you may have seen...

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FAQ: Rope Access Assessments & Evaluations

After successfully completing the 4 days, minimum length, training course for the IRATA certification you’re pursuing (IRATA L1, L2, or L3) and paying...

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Upgrading to Level 2 or Level 3

So you're thinking about upgrading to Level 2 or Level 3 (IRATA or SPRAT)? Or you may have just registered with us for your upgrade training. Before you...

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SPRAT to IRATA Conversion

The two rope access certifications utilized the most here in North America are SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) and IRATA...

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What to do when you need a replacement logbook

First, let’s take a moment to recognize the shock and panic that ensues when you’ve realized you’ve lost your logbook. *Breath*

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How To Fill Your Logbook Successfully

A logbook is issued to you once you’ve successfully passed your IRATA L1 assessment or SPRAT L1 evaluation. It will have a unique serial number, which...

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