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  Working at Heights

All training programs are Outcome Based and are assessed according to various Unit Standards and Outcomes.

Assessment criteria consists of a Formative Assessment, In-Class Assessments and a Summative Assessment.

Course Duration
Duration: 1-day course

Day 1: Theory and In-Class Activities
Final Examination
Practical Evaluation

Once all theory has been completed, Learners are taken to complete the Practical Evaluations.

Learning Outcomes- Theoretical Content
Learners Accredited with this Unit Standard will be able to follow Fall Arrest principles to perform work at height safely, under supervision of a qualified supervisor.

This training programme is designed for both novice and experienced learners who may be expected to work at height while performing their daily duties.

The qualifying learner will be capable of:
  • Explaining the use and limitations of a limited range of fall arrest equipment and fall arrest plan
  • Inspecting, assembling and storing fall arrest equipment. Selecting suitable anchor points
  • Using fall arrest systems with a double lanyard
  • Using pre-installed vertical and horizontal life-lines
Learning Outcomes
  • Introduction to Fall Arrest Techniques
    • Discuss what fall protection entails
    • Discuss what fall arrest entails
  • Fall Protection Legislation
    • Explain Employees Responsibilities
    • Explain the Employers Responsibilities
  • Fall Arrest Equipment
    • Identify different fall arrest equipment and fall protection
    • Identify Limitations of fall arrest and fall protection
    • Identify Limitations of fall arrest and fall protection
  • Anchor Points
    • Explain what an anchor point is and its purpose
    • Discuss different types of anchor points
    • Identify different anchor points
    • Aspects to consider when choosing an anchor point
  • Using Fall Arrest Equipment
    • Identify the need for a fall arrest risk plan
    • Developing a risk plan
  • Housekeeping
    • Advantages and Disadvantages
    • Storing fall arrest equipment
Learning Outcomes – Practical Evaluation
  • Inspect Fall Prevention Equipment
  • Use Fall Prevention Equipment
  • Rescue Procedures
Competency Scores
  • All learners are to achieve 80% and above for Theoretical Assessments
  • All learners are to achieve 100% for Practical Assessments
Training Aids
  • Slide Show Presentation
All our Learners are provided with:
A Working at Heights Training Manual
Certificate on completion of the course

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