Tower Climbing Safety Training Courses

All classes are designed to meet and exceed OSHA Regulations, ANSI Standards and NATE CTS.

towerclimbing safety

Our mission is to save lives, promote a better understanding of the regulations, properly train employees, and keep you within regulatory compliance. Our curriculum present the highest level of tower climbing safety training for all types of towers. Our courses bring to light the need for superior safety practice within all industries that require workers to defy gravity while performing various job duties at heights.

Training is an essential part of any fall protection plan, since no fall protection equipment “regardless of how effective it is” can save an employee who is not trained in its use. Our courses provide a variety of climbing gear and tools for hands on use and testing, feeling comfortable with the equipment is the first part of training for any climber.

Tower Climbing Safety Training Course Offering

introduction to tower climbing certification

VSS-101 Tower Climbing Safety

Introductory course covering basics of tower climbing safety. Great for new climbers or as a refresher.


Authorized Climber Rescuer Training Certification Class

VSS-212 Authorized Climber-Rescuer

Covers advanced climbing techniques and rescue training. Prepares climbers to work independently.


Advanced Competent Climber Rescuer Certification Training Class

VSS-313 Competent Climber-Rescuer

Our highest level of training. Develops mastery of climbing skills and rescue techniques.


Tower Climbing Certificate vs Certification

Certificates are awarded after participation in a specific focused educational course or workshop. The content of the course or workshop is determined by the specific provider or institution. Certificate programs are a good way to build your skill and your resume, but simply represent that you attended or at least paid for the training.

Certification differs from a certificate program. Certification results from an assessment process that recognizes an individual’s knowledge, skills, and competency in a particular specialty. Certification usually requires some amount of professional experience and indicates mastery or competency as measured against a defensible set of standards, usually by examination or application. The standards for certification are established through a defensible industry wide process (role delineation/job analysis) that results in an outline of required knowledge and skills. Certification typically results in a designation to use after one’s name and may result in a document to hang on a wall or keep in a wallet. Certification represents that by process of passing a final exam you actually did learn something specific.

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