The course has been developed for in company training instructors to enable delivery of candidate training at a time suitable for their business. The training is designed to provide the underpinning knowledge and practical skills to use a fall protection system with leaning ladders across 3 working levels:
Level 1 –Maintaining 3 points of contact at the head of the ladder.
Level 1-2 – Maintaining 3 points of contact while ascending/descending the ladder.
Level 1-3 – Maintaining 3 points of contact whilst accessing a pitched roof.
Day 1- The course includes:
Introduction to the instructors guide including its structure and content.
Instructor delivery and analysis of the session on UK legislation.
Demonstration of the harness fitting session and review with instructors guide.
Instructor delivery and analysis of the session on Fall Classification and Effect.
Instructor lead session covering the usage and fitting of fall protection equipment, the ladder securing process and access procedures.
Completion of practical exercises securing the ladder and using/ fitting equipment.
Conducting a practical ladder exercise at a height of approximately 6 metres. (This height is given for guidance only.)
Conducting a practical ladder exercise demonstration the equipment transfer method when accessing a pitched roof.
Allocation of overnight tasks including open book written assessment.
Day 2- The course includes:
Instructor delivery and analysis of sessions on roof safety and access procedures.
Candidate delivery of 1-1 instruction.
Candidate delivery of Practical sessions.
Candidate delivery of Theory sessions.
Instructor lead session covering the equipment user inspection process
Materials: Instructor guides will be issued to each attendee.
Medically fit to work at height – Completion of a medical statement sheet is mandatory.
Each candidate must attend with a Tetra Level 1-3 kit, hard hat with chin strap and safety footwear.
Candidate must be used to working at heights, with ladders and PFPE (Personal Fall Protection Equipment).
Candidate must be comfortable with delivering presentations in a classroom and practical based environment.
Candidate must be prepared to do prep work on the first night for presentations the next day.
Certification: A Tetra Certificate and ID Card will be issued upon successful completion of the course and assessments. This will be valid for 3 years from date of course.
Please contact the Customer Service Team for costs and further details:
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Tetra Kits are designed specifically
for use on Ladders. We have refined the individual components and
systems since their first field trial in 1999 to make them the most
comfortable and user friendly ladder safety systems available.