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Gravitec Systems Inc. is offering a 40-hour competent wind turbine climber and rescue course. A 2.5 day refresher for this course is also offered. Gravitec's 40-hour wind turbine train-the-trainer provides students with the technical knowledge, teaching methodology and presentation materials to deliver professional, in-house fall-protection and rescue training from heights.

All course curricula combine interactive classroom sessions with extensive, hands-on exercises at the Gravitec Training Institute. These courses can also be conducted at a specific job site of the client's choosing.

Courses offered by Gravitec meet the Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training. Upon completion of the course, four continuing education units, accredited through the International Association for Continued Education and Training, are awarded.

For more information: gravitec.com.

Location: Bainbridge Island, Wash.


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