One of the most experienced trainers in the industry, Adam previously worked freelance for most of the UK’s top rope access training providers. Having started his career with a landmark research contract for the HSE, he has since delivered training for situations as diverse as cable car rescue, backstage at the Royal Opera House and for the Royal Navy’s Board and Search school, HMS Raleigh. Adam sits on IRATA's training committee and recently led a complete rewrite of their rope access training syllabus. In his spare time, Adam climbs to a high standard and has won acclaim as a photographer.
From desert towers to North sea oil rigs, Aide has travelled the world with his Level 3 ticket and supervised just about every kind of work out there. Straight out of school, he cut his teeth onshore air-sealing supermarkets and installing safety nets, before gaining his Level 3 aged only twenty-two. He then moved on to more long term and high profile contracts refurbishing cooling towers and flare stacks. After a spell offshore, his expanding family prompted him to settle down, and after gaining his trainer qualification he teamed up with Adam to set up Access Techniques, and became an IRATA assessor. Mountain sports are in the genes in the Jebb family, and Aide is no exception, not only climbing hard but also a competitive fell-runner and cyclist.
Maria JefferyOffice Manager
A keen climber, Maria has been with Access Techniques for over five years and is our first point of contact for customers. Not content to just sit in the office, Maria passed her IRATA Level 1 in 2015. When not in the office she loves exploring in her campervan with her faithful sausage dog.
Danny ColemanLead Instructor
Danny started out as a welder who climbed as a hobby, before combining his skills with a rope access qualification. He has since worked all over the world with specialist teams. Danny started training for us in 2015 and is now our lead instructor, whose patience and clear instruction is often praise by trainees.