Below are a selection of publicly available resources that ITRA thinks you may find useful.
Additional resources are available in the members only section.
To assist students with their technical rescue learning and assessment, ITRA in accordance with our Assessment Charter provides a list of “accepted industry references”.Click here
Developed and launched in 2018, the suite of ITRA Technical Rescue Qualifications provide the platform to our training system. Instructors for each respective discipline and level, can teach from the comprehensive list of teaching points, providing flexibility to meet local requirements. Candidates can also be assessed for competence against the full range of teaching points in that qualification to be awarded the formal ITRA qualification (i.e. ITRA Rope 1) etc. Archived versions are available to members on ITM.
An addendum was added 11 April 2020 to add a new suite of ITRA Emergency Driving qualifications.Click here
ITRA offers attendance based training options known as our introductory series. These courses are mirrored to our assessment based qualifications to provide clients standardised training, but without the expectation of formal assessment. Students can go onto being assessed for the ITRA qualifications.Click here
All members (excluding student members) are subject to the ITRA Code of Professional Conduct. Any concerns or complaints about a member should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here
In detail, we outline the benefits of becoming an annual corporate supporter of ITRA. Check out the below matrix document to also see a wider range of support and membership options.Click here
ITRA is committed to developing creative solutions to the needs of our membership. To that regard ITRA has developed a General & Professional Liability Insurance Program for our instructor members that protects them from liability associated with their instructor activities.Click here