Training

High Q…..Our staff have been delivering quality training since 1997

Important!

The revised Training & Certification Scheme (TACS) came into effect August 1st, 2014. Please see the IRATA website to view the full document
  • IRATA levels 1 ~ 3
  • Why choose High Q for your training?
    • If anyone fails on our course, we don’t charge for them to come back and do it again
    • We provide demonstration videos prior to attending the course for familiarisation
    • We hold courses at least every 2 weeks, so returning from a fail is quick and easy
    • Our prices are set at sustainable levels. Many other providers come into the SE Qld market and undercut others, only to find eventually that their prices are too low, and so they increase them
    • Our instructors are professionals, not just level 3’s with little to no training experience
    • Some of our instructors are assessors also, which helps preparation of all candidates for the test
  • Work Safely at Heights (RIIWHS204D) Next course: Thursday November 15, 2018
  • Rescue (PUASAR022A, PUATEA001B, PUATEA002B, PUASAR032A) Next course: Please enquire
  • Equipment Inspection (MEM15004B) Next course: Please enquire
  • Confined Space – enter & work in (RIIOHS202A) Next course: Please enquire, Includes Gas Test & Work in accordance with an issued permit

Notice

NEW: (MEM15004B) Equipment Inspection course NEXT COURSE DATE Please enquire. A must for all companies and supervisors alike, this one day nationally accredited course provides participants with the skills necessary for 6 monthly inspections of PPE. Inquiries to info@high-q.com.au

High Q are one of 33 IRATA member training companies in Australia, and the only IRATA certified Training company based full time in Brisbane. We provide regular scheduled courses for the internationally recognized IRATA levels 1-3 at our dedicated training facility. As per IRATA guidelines, assessments are performed by external, independently certified assessors. Our training staff are Cert IV qualified, a prerequisite for delivery of quality training in Australia.

Through our experiences in delivering training in Japan, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Macau, the UK and the Middle East, we also offer courses at off-site venues tailored to meet client requirements.

On successful completion and registration following an IRATA training course, the trainee will receive an IRATA logbook, identification card and certificate which are recognised around the world.

Important!

NEW: On completion of an IRATA training course, participants also receive nationally accredited Statement of Attainment RIIWHS204D, Work Safely at Heights*. This represents a value-add of $275 to course participants at no extra cost.

IRATA is the globally accepted standard for rope access courtesy of an exemplary safety record that spans more than 25 years. View the annual Work & Safety Analysis here.

Notice

Next IRATA course dates: Nov 12-17 (now full)

Following available courses:

  Nov 26-Dec 1 (now full), Dec 10-15 and 17-22, 2018

IRATA training courses 2018
IRATA training courses 2019

Next IRATA course (UK): info@high-q.co.uk

For IRATA training in Japan: info@high-q.com.au

Important notice to all IRATA technicians: Log books must be completed and signed off prior to undertaking recertifications or upgrades. Letters from employers etc will no longer be regarded as proof of hours. Please see the notice that stipulates the timeline for this to be enforced. Contact High Q for more information or contact IRATA if you need to reorder a logbook.

Booking and cancellation policy 2017-2018

 

 
*Training and assessment delivered under auspice agreement with Registered Training Organisation HALO Nation Training Pty Ltd (RTO-32485)

Testimonials

  We are extremely proud of the outstanding level of service we provide our customers and the quality of our trainers. As proof of our success and in the search for continuous improvement we receive feedback from every delegate that takes part in our Irata training courses. If we have trained you already we want …

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