The GWO Working at Height and Rescue course is specifically designed to cater for those working in the offshore wind industry – giving them the knowledge and practical skills they need to become successful wind turbine technicians. In fact, our GWO Working at Height and Rescue programme is perfect for anyone who has duties in a wind turbine environment.
Book your 2-day GWO Working at Height and Rescue course with us to get a complete understanding of how to follow procedure in a wind turbine environment. This includes practical exercises and use of our purpose-built 18m realistic training tower to simulate real-world environmental challenges, as well as theoretical classes that will build a greater understanding of risk and how different techniques can be applied in live situations.
CWind’s GWO Working at Height and Rescue course is delivered by expert instructors, each of which has years’ of experience working in the offshore wind industry. They are on hand to guide you through your sessions with practical demonstrations.
If you have any questions or queries about the CWind’s GWO Working at Height and Rescue course, please speak to our dedicated training team.
This GWO Working at Height and Rescue course is designed to train individuals in correct access and rescue procedures whilst working at height on wind farms. The course involves theory information in a classroom environment and practical exercises on our dedicated training tower. The theory elements will allow individuals to show a sound understanding of knowledge relevant to working at height and the practical exercises require individuals to demonstrate a variety of access and rescue techniques.
Our GWO working at height course can be physically demanding and to participate in the training you must be medically fit and capable of participating fully.
You must provide us with a copy of your valid, current medical certificate as proof of your recent fitness.
£390.00 (VAT excl.) per person
You are allowed to bring your own PPE other than that provided by CWind Training. You must provide a signed self-declaration stating that the equipment is in good condition and relevant inspections are up to date. CWind Training withholds the right to refuse use of equipment if it fails visual inspection.