The Rope Access Skills Workshop 1 is an intensive 6 day long open enrollment workshop intended specifically for those who work on rope at elevation. Rope access is used around the world to support or place workers in various environments for the purpose of performing their jobs.
This may include, but is not limited to:
The RASW-1 is a full six days in length and is taught at 4,500' in beautiful Sedona, Arizona (Oak Creek Canyon) and provides basic-to-intermediate skills for the authorized rope access worker.
The RASW-1 is entry level and provides training needed for the Society of Professional Rope Access Technician (SPRAT) Level 1 (Worker) certification