GWO Advanced Rescue Training Module 5 - Combined Advanced Rescue Techniques
Course Code WAH14
Course Cost: Open Course - £495 + Vat Per Delegate | Closed Course - £3,465 + Vat Per Course
Forthcoming Course Dates
Training Course Information
Achieve your GWO Advanced Rescue accreditation (All Combined Advanced Rescue modules)
Date of Next Course: Upon Request
Venue: HFR Solutions Training Centre, Hessle, Nr Hull
Duration: Three Days
Awarding Body: GWO (Global Wind Organisation)
The combined GWO Advanced Rescue ART training module covers all rescue and single-rescuer elements, allowing delegates to undertake all four modules together in a three-day intensive program.
The GWO Advanced Rescue Module (ART) aims to empower and provide delegates with the competency, skills and theoretical and practical knowledge to access and rescue an injured person from the hub, spinner, inside the blade, nacelle, tower and basement sections to an assembly point until emergency responders arrive on-scene.
The four modules would cover:
- Hub, spinner and inside blade rescue
- Nacelle, tower and basement rescue
- Single rescuer: hub, spinner and inside blade rescue
- Single rescuer: Nacelle, tower and basement module
These new advanced modules have been developed based upon risk assessments and industry-related accident and incident statistics during the installation phase as well as during the operations, service and maintenance work on wind turbine generators and wind power plants.
The GWO Advanced Rescue training combined modules aims to mitigate and control the risks associated with rescue operations undertaken in and from wind turbines to facilitate better emergency preparedness and response within the renewables industry.
(WAH14) Course Syllabus
For further information on the GWO Advanced Rescue - Advanced Rescue Training Module 5 please download a copy of our course syllabus below.
The following business-critical factors should be given consideration;
- Your team will be working in a remote location and require advanced rescue knowledge and capabilities
- Operating in an environment with high-risk
- Increased emergency service response times
- Your team will need to display increased skills and levels of competency
- There is limited help within this operational environment
All these modules are also delivered as separate courses. Please visit the separate module pages below for further details on each module syllabus and course content.
Delegates looking to undertake these modules, need to hold a valid GWO Working at Height, GWO First Aid and Manual Handling certificates.
Candidates who successfully complete the GWO Advanced Rescue Training Module 5 will receive a certificate to confirm they have met the level of competence required. This certificate is valid for two years.