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Dates: July 10, 11 8a - 4p each day
Description: This course is designed for water rescue in flat or slow moving water in lakes, pond, rivers and bays. It meets the NFPA 1006 standards for Surface Water Rescue at the awareness, operations, and Technician levels. This course covers all aspects of water rescue using the Preach, Reach, Throw, Row and Go methodology. The course is 16 hour long and includes classroom, a pool session, and an open water session. Students should have the ability to swim well and be in good physical condition.
Dates: June 19, 20, 26, 27 8a - 5p each day
Description: Rope Rescue- Operations Level is a 32-hour training program that
provides information and skills to adequately perform basic vertical rope rescue techniques in an urban/suburban environment. While many of the techniques and skills taught in this program are applicable to the wilderness environment, this is
not the intent of this program. The overall objective is to improve rescuer
awareness of the safety concerns at rope rescue situations and to develop
basic skills in rappelling and high-angle rescue systems. Topics include safety
orientation, risk assessment, equipment, basic rappelling and ascending, anchoring, belaying, mechanical advantage, patient packaging, incident
management, skills evaluation, and testing.
Pre-requisites: Rescue Technician Basic or equivalent
Dates: August 7, 8 0800 - 1700 both days
Description: Training is designed to meet the requirements of NFPA standards for surface water boat operators. The primary goal is to train firefighters and other emergency response personnel who respond to water rescue emergencies using small watercraft in non-moving water situations.