Pole Inspection Training Course
Course Language: German
Wooden poles are widely used in the ropes course industry. Poles have a limited product lifetime and are subject to deterioration over a period of time. The environment where ropes courses are situated may impel decay on wooden poles as well as the overall construction performance. A periodical pole inspection in ropes courses should be carried out a least each year by an experienced and competent inspector.
ERCA developed a training course for the scope of 'wooden pole inspection' and invite all interested professionals to attend and to become a competent pole inspector. During the 3-day course we share fundamental knowledge for inspection of wooden parts in ropes courses and train skills for how to inspect. Furthermore we present discard criteria for wooden poles and beams and show you how to record findings in a sample inspection form. In practical sessions you will inspect wooden poles yourself under our supervision. Once you have passed the written and practical assessment succesfully, you will become an ERCA certified Pole Inspector.
The course fulfil the requirements for the ERCA Inspector Type C training program.
We would kindly like to ask you to bring following with you
- Warm and waterprotecting clothes for sessions hold outdoor
- Climbing gear, helmet, personal protective equipment
- Leather gloves
- Safety glasses
- Pen and note pad
Candidates please push the button on top left to fill in the online registration form. After receiving your application we will send you a confirmation of course registration and the invoice.
Price regular: EUR 920.00 + 19% German VAT
Price for ERCA-members: EUR 820.00 + 19% German VAT
Rebate for multiple bookings: EUR 60.00 discount
(The first participant of a company pays full price, the following participants belonging to the same company pay EUR 60.00 less.)
Here you can read and download the cancellation policy.
NOTE: Pre-requisites & required qualifications!
You need to be able to securely access heights. Therefore we will ask you to present a valid "ERCA Generic Rescuer Award", "ERCA High Ropes Course Trainer Award" or an "IRATA Rope Access Technician Level2 or Level3". Under certain circumstances we will allow you to attend and inspect elements which are accessable like for usual ropes course visitors, when you can present a working at height award (application of fall protective equipment).
Meals & Accomodation
Lunch, tea and coffee is included in the course fee, but no other food nor refreshments. You have to arrange and pay your travel and accomodation yourself.