Work at Height Training

The purpose of the Work-at-Height Standard is to raise awareness of acceptable criteria for the Work-at-Height programs in recreational facilities such as commercial climbing facilities, schools, campgrounds, etc. It is a voluntary standard to mitigate safety issues, liability, and unsafe practices. The standard is intended to assist the employer in identifying, evaluating, and eliminating or controlling the risks and hazards related to working-at-height in a climbing facility or with a climbing structure. This training is for the Certification of a Competent Worker at Height and is offered by the Climbing Wall Association (CWA), see website for details.

Topics Covered:

  • Supervision and Implementation of Work-at-Height Standards
  • Fall Protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Technical Skills
  • Access Methods
  • Rescue Skills


The Work at Height Certification Program is available through the CWA. Please visit this link to learn more.