Mountaineering training

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Gain a height qualification

Individuals and company employees are welcome to attend training courses for working at height. The knowledge and skills you acquire will enable you to carry out your assigned activities safely. 

Categories of high-altitude qualifications 

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Building access 

It prepares people working in all sectors of the economy who are at risk of falling. It is aimed at workers who perform their duties at height and who have to use fixed structures such as ladders, trusses, hoists, platforms, roofs and masts to reach their workplace. In the course, we teach how to carry out supported work and use belaying equipment so that the trainee is able to move independently and, above all, safely at height. 

Rope access 

It is designed for those planning to perform work at height, where a temporary workstation is reached by climbing up or down a rope. As well as using basic safety equipment, the worker uses specialised equipment designed for ascending or descending a rope. The trainee also learns the principles of evacuation in the event of an emergency. 

Building access with elements of rope access techniques 

It is recommended for people who work at height in construction access, such as carrying out roof work. The use of rope access will also increase safety and convenience. 

Mountaineering course in rope access techniques 

Enables you to learn the principles of moving in confined spaces. Will know how to use rope access equipment and facilities. 

Course in evacuation of persons at height 

The trainee will learn techniques for evacuating people and equipment from places at height and will be able to correctly assess the risks. 

Course in evacuation of persons from confined spaces 

The participant will know how to behave in areas with limited visibility and difficult communication. He or she will learn to use winches and rescue systems as well as breathing and escape apparatus. 

Creation of temporary belay points 

Refers to the acquisition of practical skills in the use of anchor points, temporary safety systems and belaying equipment. 

Post-course work 

working at height

The demand for workers doing work at height is very high. Many industries need qualified industrial climbers. After completing the training and passing the exam, you can work as, among others: 

  • facade painter, 
  • façade cleaner, 
  • electrician, 
  • roofer, 
  • builder, 
  • installer, 
  • warehouseman, 
  • power line maintainer, 
  • telecommunications line maintainer, 
  • fitter, 
  • stuntman, 
  • person clearing snow from roofs, 
  • person cleaning roofs at height, 
  • tree trimmer. 

Course programme 

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The training we organise consists of theoretical and practical classes. At the end of the training, an examination is held. When the participant receives a positive result, he or she will be awarded a mountaineering licence. 

Requirements for trainees 

  • coming of age, 
  • completion of at least primary school, 
  • a medical certificate proving that there are no medical contraindications to working at height. 

Training venue 

The course takes place in Warsaw, and in some cases it is possible to conduct training at the client's premises. 

Why trust us? 

  • We have many years of experience in training, 
  • We are taught by qualified practitioners who are passionate about what they do, 
  • we train students using professional equipment, 
  • we adhere to the highest quality standards, 
  • we have up-to-date knowledge of working at heights.

The most popular questions

Where can I work after the course?

Completing a mountaineering training course allows you to work at height in a variety of places. You can become, among other things, a builder, maintenance worker, fitter, roofer, worker clearing snow from roofs or painting facades. 

Who is the course in linear access aimed at?

This training is for people who work at height and use a rope to get to their temporary workplace. 

Who is the course in construction access aimed at?

To all those who, in order to get to their workstation, have to walk on various fixed structures, e.g. ladders, platforms, roofs. 

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