This workshop is designed for arborists and tree workers who have a basic understanding of modern tree climbing but have not yet or just started using single (Stationary) rope technique. After attending this course the participant will understand the advantages and disadvantages of single (Stationary) rope technique for access and work positioning in tree climbing.
The advantages and disadvantages of single (stationary) rope technique for access and work positioning in tree climbing.
Price: NZ$215 incl. Gst per participant / Day at our public workshop locations. This course is also offered in-house, please contact us for a quotation.
Duration: 1 Day
Climbing 0 or 1 or equivalent required.
This is a hands-on workshop and the participants are expected to climb. To ensure quality training we have limited the number of and participants to 6 for each trainer.
This workshop helps mastering the the body of knowledge required for the ISA Certified Arborist and Certified Climber Specialist exam.
The Single (Stationary) Rope Technique (SRT) for Tree Climbing workshop will cover:
- SRT equipment for SRT access
- Base anchors for SRT access
- Tree Frog/Rope walker system for SRT acces
- Texas system for SRT access
- Safe working practice when using SRT access techniques
- SRT equipment for SRT work positioning
- Safe working practice when using SRT work positioning techniques
- Canopy and base anchors for SRT work positioning
- How to work the tree when using SRT work positioning
- Primary anchor point, secondary anchor point (redirect) and the forces that are generated
Gear you need to participate:
- 1 throw line
- 1 throw bag
- Cambium saver or rope guide
- Climbing rope
- 1 Prussic
- 4 Carabiner
- Small pulley (life support 22KN)
- Sling (life support 22KN)
- Work boots
If you do not have all the gear required then please let us know and we can organise hire for the day.
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We tailor this workshop to tree workers and arborists who already have a basic understanding of modern tree climbing and want to learn the single (stationary) rope technique.
It’s a day-long course at our public workshop location. We also offer in-house courses, so contact us for a quote and to find out more.
You will learn a variety of helpful techniques and processes, such as safe working practices, SRT equipment for SRT access, base anchors for SRT access, and more.