You may instruct the program for which you are certified and to the jurisdiction for where you are endorsed. It is up to you and the company you work for to determine who you might train. For example, you could instruct workers, subcontractors or clients of the company for whom you work. Contact us for further information.
Designed For All Situations
Our training programs are not meant to address specific equipment or work situations, but rather are designed around the concepts and principles of fall protection. This provides end users and Instructors with the most flexible training solution. Our programs allow you to equip the worker with the power to make safe and informed decisions on fall protection, suitable for the fall hazard scenario they are faced with in the work place.
Regardless of the equipment brand an end-user may have or the at-height work situation they encounter, students will be able to apply the learning from our programs to correctly and safely implement their fall safety systems. Instructors will have opportunities within the program to present site specific content (equipment, policies, situations) to the students if warranted as part of the structured curriculum.
Turnkey Training Materials
Our Certified Instructor Programs are built for our turnkey training solutions. Each Certified Instructor Program is meant to qualify individuals to teach the corresponding end-user program. All ITP programs are designed to a specific established standard and as a Certified Instructor; you are expected to deliver the program as designed.
The Certified Instructor programs are not intended to certify participants to deliver fall protection or rescue programs designed by others. As well, our Certified Instructors programs do not directly qualify participants to design their own programs.
Certification Duration and Expectations
Each Certification is valid for three (2) years from the date of completion for end user certification, with the exception of our Instructor Trainer Program, which is valid for two 1 to 2 years depending on the module. You will need to ensure that you meet the specific ongoing requirements for the particular program(s) for which you are certified. These can include;
- Minimum number of courses delivered per year.
- First Aid certified individual available where training is taking place.
- General Liability Insurance.
- OSHA 30 Certification.