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Comtrain adds Expirations Dates and Photos to Training Certs in 2015

EXPIRATION DATES will be added to all certs starting Jan. 1, 2015.
After conducting NATE Show and In-House Instructor ReCertification class surveys as well as talking to 100's of climbers and company safety directors, it is clear that "the industry" believes there should be expiration dates on climber certifications so that retraining is mandatory.
All ComTrain certifications, including the Authorized Climber/Rescuer and Competent Climber/Rescuer, will now expire after 24 months.
Only the certs cut starting January 1, 2015 will have an expiration date. Certs cut prior to 2015 don't technically expire. ComTrain suggests that you retrain and certify all climbers with certs more than 2 years old since "the industry" may consider all certs expired based on the new expiration rule. We will no longer replace certificates with a training date older than 2 years but will provide letters of certification.

PHOTOS are now being added to all certs for In-House Instructors
Climber photos can now be submitted using the PHOTO TOOL Once we have received your class paperwork package and your photos, your cert. order will be processed.
View & Print Photo Tool Instructions

Tower Safety & Rescue Courses
Certified "Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue" is an intensive 2-day program and is constructed to meet employer requirements & recommended ANSI/OSHA standards and regulations as related to work at wireless communications sites. Don't settle for a 1 Day training class to prepare your climbers for the monumental tasks they will face every day! More Info
Certified "Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue" for Spanish speaking students. This class is ONLY offered in select cities. Call our office for details and registration. More Info
Advanced Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue Training is an intensive program and provides the Competent Climber certification which is now being required more often by general contractors. It meets all current tower safety training standards More Info
This Instructor course is designed to prepare company in-house instructors to incorporate ComTrain's “Tower Climbing Safety & Rescue” training into their companies' safety plans and policies. They must do so while maintaining the industry standards. More Info
ComTrain requires that all In-House Instructors be Re-Certified every 24 months. During the 2 day course, attendees will also be Re-Certified as a Competent Climber/Rescuer. Climbing equipment is now required for this class. ComTrain will not support or issue certifications for In-House Instructors that do not keep their certification current...More Info
Tower Climbing Safety and Rescue for Non-Climbers is designed for managers and other personnel who, in the course of their normal jobs, would have no need of actually climbing a tower, but would need to know what is, and is not, safe and correct. ComTrain offers this for In-House Instructors now.... More Info


Competent Tower Rigging and Construction Courses
As innovators in the tower training industry, we are always working at creating courses to help you be safe while on the tower. Competent Tower Rigging is our latest addition. This is a 2 Day class...More Info
Tower Construction & Technology is an intensive 3 day course during which students are taken from a general understanding of the demand for towers through the stages of selecting & constructing a site, and further into the maintenance and inspection of the finished site. Along the way, students will learn numerous skills for building and maintaining these very specialized structures. More Info
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