CAN COURSES

OVERVIEW

CAN AS has a modern and well-equipped training center in Stavanger, where we offer training in access engineering / work in ropes, other rope-based courses fall protection and rescue.

A high focus on health, environment and safety forms the basis for all activities and courses that are conducted in CAN.

We plan regular courses within TT, where it is possible for the individual to register. We can also take extra courses according to their needs, this will require a sufficient number of participants.

CONDITIONS

Rope Access (AIT) NS 9600 - Certification

Admission requirements Class A-1
– Aged 18 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

Admission requirements Class A-1 Recertification
– Valid certificate Work in rope class A-1
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

General information
Course content on level 1: Basic healing training in TT and rescue

Level 1

28 800 NOK
  • Certification
  • Length: 52,5 hours

Admission requirements class A-2
– Aged 20 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Work in rope class A-1
– Logged 400 hours as Level 1 certified

Admission requirements Class A-2 model 2
– Aged 20 years
– Valid health certificate not older than 2 years
– Documented 3 years relevant experience assessed by SOFT Certification
– Approved decision on admission to Level 2 model 2 from SOFT Certification

Admission Requirements Class A-2 Recertification
– Valid certificate Work in rope class A-2
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-2 (full course), price on request

General information
Level 2 course content: Higher education in Rope Access and rescue.

Arbeid i tau kl A-2

26 000 NOK
  • Sertifisering
  • Kurslengde: 37,5 timer

Admission requirements class A-3
– Aged 22 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Work in rope class A-2
– Logged 700 hours at level 2 in at least 12 months

Admission requirements Class A-3 Recertification and hedging manager
– Valid certificate Work in rope class A-3
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– 300 hours since the previous recertification where of 150 hours in advanced designs.
– Annual fuse leader meetings

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-3 (full course), price on request

General information
Level 3 course content: In-depth knowledge of equipment, methods and principles within Rope Access. Choice of solution / method.

Arbeid i tau kl A-3

35 000 NOK
  • Sertifisering
  • Kurslengde: 59,5 timer
REGISTRATION

Rope Access (AIT) NS 9600 - Recertification

Admission requirements Class A-1
– Aged 18 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

Admission requirements Class A-1 Recertification
– Valid Certificate Class A-1
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

General information
Level 1 course content: Basic Healing Training in Rope Access and Rescue

Level 1

21 000 NOK
  • Recertification
  • Length: 22,5 hours

Admission requirements class A-2
– Aged 20 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Class A-1
– Logged 400 hours as Level 1 certified

Admission requirements Class A-2 model 2
– Aged 20 years
– Valid health certificate not older than 2 years
– Documented 3 years relevant experience assessed by SOFT Certification
– Approved decision on admission to Level 2 model 2 from SOFT Certification

Admission Requirements Class A-2 Recertification
– Valid Certificate Class A-2
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-2 (full course), price on request

General information
Level 2 course content: Higher education in Rope Access and rescue

Arbeid i tau kl A-2

21 000 NOK
  • Resertifisering
  • Kurslengde: 22,5 timer

Admission requirements Work in rope class A-3
– Aged 22 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Work in rope class A-2
– Logged 700 hours at level 2 in at least 12 months

Admission requirements Work in rope class A-3 Recertification and security manager
– Valid certificate Work in rope class A-3
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– 300 hours since the previous recertification where of 150 hours in advanced designs.
– Annual fuse leader meetings

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-3 (full course), price on request

General information:
Course content at level 3: In-depth knowledge of equipment, methods and principles within TT. Choice of solution / method.

Arbeid i tau kl A-3

21 000 NOK
  • Resertifisering
  • Kurslengde: 22,5 timer
REGISTRATION

Rope Access (AIT) NS 9600 - Convertion

Admission requirements class A-2
– Aged 20 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Work in rope class A-1
– Logged 400 hours as Level 1 certified

Admission requirements class A-2 model 2
– Aged 20 years
– Valid health certificate not older than 2 years
– Documented 3 years relevant experience assessed by SOFT Certification
– Approved decision on admission to Level 2 model 2 from SOFT Certification

Admission Requirements Class A-2 Recertification
– Valid certificate Work in rope class A-2
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-2 (full course), price on request

General information
Level 2 course content: Higher education in Rope Access and rescue

Level 2

  • Price on request
  • Conversion
  • Length: 37.5 hours

Admission requirements class A-3
– Aged 22 years
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– Valid Class A-2
– Logged 700 hours at level 2 in at least 12 months

Admission requirements Class A-3 Recertification and hedging manager
– Valid Certificate Class A-3
– A valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
– 300 hours since the previous recertification where of 150 hours in advanced designs.
– Annual fuse leader meetings

Admission requirements Conversion
– Same requirements as Class A-3 (full course), price on request

General information
Level 3 course content: In-depth knowledge of equipment, methods and principles within Rope Access. Choice of solution / method.

Arbeid i tau kl A-3

  • Pris på forespørsel
  • Konvertering
  • Kurslengde: 59,5 timer
REGISTRATION

Fall Arrest Course OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010

Fall arrest Basic course, 1 day

Admission requirements Fall arrest Basic course – Aged 18 years – Valid health certificate, not older than 2 years
Target group: Users of simple fall protection methods and equipment
Description: This course provides a good introduction to fall protection with a focus on safe and effective techniques in the use of single fall protection equipment.
The course consists mainly of the following points:
– Proper use of fall protection equipment and methods
– Understanding the hazards and limitations of fall protection
– Knowledge of rescue preparedness and rescue team

Fall Arrest Rescue Course (Pigeon-based), 3 days

Admission Requirements Fall Arrest Course (Pigeon-based) – Aged 18 years – Valid health certificate, no older than 2 years
Target group: Users working in technically demanding and complex work environments with reduced accessibility and need for advanced rescue skills.

Description: This course is specifically designed for offshore emergency teams on oil installations and other industry players who need advanced rescue skills in fall arrest. Central to the course are also the regulations and safety philosophy.

The course consists mainly of the following points:
– Review and use of rescue equipment
– Advanced rescue methods with and without rescuer
– Use of stretcher and patient focus
– Rescue planning
– Planning and implementation of rescue exercises and scenario
– Damage management, debriefing and stress management

Fallsikring Grunnkurs

4 950 NOK
  • OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010
  • Kurslengde: 8 timer

Fallsikring Fordypningskurs

6 950 NOK
  • OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010
  • Kurslengde: 8 timer

Fallsikring Redningskurs

11 900 NOK
  • OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010
  • Kurslengde: 22,5 timer
REGISTRATION

Fall Arrest OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010 Repetition (every 2. years)

Fall Arrest Basic Course, 1 day

Admission Requirements Fall Arrest Basic Course – Aged 18 – Valid health certificate, no older than 2 years
Target audience: Users of simple case arrest methods and equipment
Description: This course provides a good introduction to fall protection with a focus on safe and effective techniques in the use of single fall arrest equipment.
The course consists mainly of the following points:
– Proper use of fall arrest equipment and methods
– Understanding of hazards and limitations in case of arrest
– Knowledge of rescue preparedness and rescue team

Fall Arrest Rescue Course (Pigeon-based), 3 days

Admission requirements Fall arrest Rescue course (Pigeon-based) – Aged 18 – Valid medical certificate, not older than 2 years
Target group: Users working in technically demanding and complex work environments with reduced accessibility and need for advanced rescue skills.

Description: This course is specifically designed for offshore emergency teams on oil installations and other industry players who need advanced rescue skills in fall protection. Central to the course are also the regulations and safety philosophy.

The course consists mainly of the following points:
– Review and use of rescue equipment
– Advanced rescue methods with and without rescuer
– Use of stretcher and patient focus
– Rescue planning
– Planning and implementation of rescue exercises and scenario
– Damage management, debriefing and stress management

Fallsikring Redningskurs-Repetisjon

10 500 NOK
  • OLF 113/ SfS 033N/2010
  • Kurslengde: 16 timer
REGISTRATION

CONTACT

Bredo Edland

Rope Access

bredo.edland@can.no
907 30 663

Mateusz Kuprowski

Course coordinator

Terms and Information

To apply for courses, fill out the application form for the relevant course.
The course is registered when CAN AS has confirmed the course to the candidate / contact person. If refusal of course space, CAN AS will justify this.
All courses must have a minimum number of participants. If too few participants registered 14 days before the course starts, the course may be canceled / postponed.
Cancellation more than 15 days before the course start is 100% refundable of the course price. If canceled 14 working days before the course start, the course fee is charged 50%. Cancellation less than 7 days before the start of the course we charge 100% of the course price. Certification fee is not billed. Order from company must be received CAN AS before the course starts. Individuals must have paid course fees before the course starts. Payment information comes in written application confirmation by email.

It will be invoiced even if the candidate does not pass the examination.

All courses are conducted in Norwegian. Courses in English can be held on request but subject to enough course participants. Course participants must be able to master the course language both orally and in writing.

When attending, all course participants must bring a valid ID (passport or driver’s license) and a valid health certificate (the health certificate cannot be older than 2 years). The TT courses are physically demanding, if a participant is unable to complete courses due to his / her own physics, he will be billed for the course minus the certification fee.

Insurance schemes for course participants: CAN has liability insurance that covers any damage that occurs in connection with courses and where CAN is held legally responsible for the damage. In addition, everyone who is employed by a Norwegian company will be covered by this company’s occupational injury insurance when participating in courses at CAN

General information
The certificate holder is responsible for the recertification being done by the expiry date. Certificate must be valid on date of examination. If a candidate has not passed another examination by the expiry date on his previous certificate, the candidate can take a new ordinary course at the same level within 24 months after the expiry date.

It is recommended that recertification be planned well in advance of the expiry date, in the event of breakdowns, inadequate course offerings, etc.