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June 26 @ 9:00 am - June 28 @ 4:00 pm


Advanced Rescue Training – Combined (ART) is designed to give existing wind farm employees a higher level of rescue capability, with an additional focus on casualty care. Advanced Rescue involves comprehensive rescue equipment orientation and practice at a safe training facility, which will enable participants to perform safe and efficient rescues in the event of an emergency.


Training in the advanced use of spinal boards, stretchers, casualty management and lifting and lowering techniques from the turbine using industry specific equipment. The course will prepare individuals for offshore/onshore incident management and how to perform sub-station and WTG rescues in the simplest, safest, most efficient way possible.

  • Perform rescue operations in a wind turbine:
    • Hub, Spinner and inside a Blade
    • Nacelle, tower and basement
    • Single rescuer -Hub, Spinner and inside a Blade
    • Single rescuer -Nacelle, tower and basement
  • Perform rescue operations using safe and suitable (certified or structural) anchor points, lifting angles, deviation, and edge protection for the rescue equipment
  • Perform rescue operations using an injured persons personal fall protection equipment backup system, when required.
  • Perform rescue operations in poor lighting and enclosed spaces

This course will also offer introduction into the environment of a turbine/substation and familiarisation of areas.


The course can be physically demanding and to fulfil the criteria  you must be medically fit and capable of participating fully.

Other prerequisites:

  • In date GWO Working at Height certificate
  • In date GWO First Aid certificate
  • In date GWO Manual Handling
  • You must provide a valid photographic ID such as a Passport or Driving Licence
  • You must be 18+
  • The course is run in English and as such you must have an appropriate level of fluency in order to participate.


£549 (VAT excl.) per person


3 Days

Equipment required:

Clothing – Safety boots plus suitable clothing to climb in – appropriate for external training in all weathers e.g. breathable, warm, waterproof, windproof etc. We also advise kneepads for some of the practical exercises.

Additional Information:

Got questions or want to discuss a bespoke training solution?

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June 26 @ 9:00 am
June 28 @ 4:00 pm
Event Category:


CWind Training