Sun, Jun 14 | Albuquerque

ITRA Level 2/3 (Technician) Course and Assessment - No Cost RSVP

4 days of Technician level instruction with Assessment prep and individual skill gap instruction. L1 and/or L2 and/or L3 Assessment is optional.
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ITRA Level 2/3 (Technician) Course and Assessment - No Cost RSVP

Time & Location

Jun 14, 2020, 8:00 AM PDT – Jun 19, 2020, 5:00 PM PDT
Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM, USA

About the Event

This course builds on the Introduction to Rope Responder course and is aimed at preparing students for the ITRA Level 2 Rope Technician assessment.

The IRT course is attendance based and upon participation of all the respective learning objectives, a program completion certificate can be issued to members upon payment of fee from the Association.

Certificate ITRA Program Completion

Course Syllabus: lowering and raising systems (high angle), stretcher and attendant rigging for high angle operations, knot passing (ascend, descend, lower, raising), artificial high directional, complex and compound mechanical advantage, horizontal highlines, system change overs, rope rescue physics (vector forces, fall factors, slope loading and T method), system analysis, pick-off rescues, stretcher edge negotiation, anchors (vehicle, deadman, ground anchors), load releasing hitches, improvised harnesses, lock out-tag out systems, and safety around aircraft.

Course Variations: ITRA Instructors may teach additional learning objectives. In such cases, these will be shown on the student’s ITRA Record of Learning. Students may attend multiple courses from ITRA instructors to meet program completion requirements.

Re-Certification: As this is not a competency qualification (like ITRA Level 3 Rope Technician), it does not have an official expiration date. We recommend that practitioners seek to become assessed for competency with our competency qualifications, which must be re-assessed every three years to maintain currency.


Recommended     Student Equipment

Certified rescue harness 

Helmet for working at height

Suitable work wear

Hiking or safety boots Safety     goggles or glasses

Leather gloves

Certified auto-lock descender (11mm) 

6 Aluminum locking carabiners

Prussik loops or Purcell prussiks

Handled Ascender and Climbing System

6554 Rd 41

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