This course covers everything you need to know in order to facilitate rescues from Traditional or Adventure Park ropes courses. Whenever a ropes course is in use, there should be a rescuer available should anybody need assistance – the role of the rescuer is additional to the normal duties of the instructor.
The course meets the standard for a person to be qualified as a European Ropes Course Association (ERCA) Ropes Course Rescuer, as set out in EN15567 pt 2.
There will be both practical and theory sessions to enable the group to cover the entire syllabus.
- Minimum age: 18
- Hold an in-date First Aid certificate
- Must be confident at height
- Good physical condition, able to partake in the activity
- Already be qualified in one of the ropes course instructor fields
- Must have skills and experiences in rope techniques specifically knots and abseiling.
Minimum duration 2.5 days, including assessment.
Cost: £240 per person (+VAT).
For further details regarding training courses, to book onto a course or for staff training at your own centre, please contact us.
2017 Course Dates
This course is normally run in conjunction with the ERCA Traditional High Ropes Instructor. You can take part in just one of the courses or do them back to back if you like.
- 5th – 7th April
- 14th – 16th June
“The Trainer has outstanding knowledge on all aspects of ropes courses, PPE inspections, law and regulations. I feel much more prepared as a Ropes Course Manager.” Comment from learner on a recent training course.