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SPECIAL TRAINING OPTIONS

Published on March 17, 2012 by in Uncategorized

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ICE RESCUE

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This class is divided so that the first four hours are spent in the classroom and four hours are then spent outside doing mock rescues and developing rescue skills. The classroom session covers rescuer safety, hypothermia, ice formation, types of ice, rescue equipment, and rescue techniques. (more…)

 
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WATER RESCUE

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Still Water Rescue – 8 to 12 Hours

This class teaches the techniques needed to assist injured and non-injured people in a non-moving water environment. A short classroom session deals with rescuer safety, proper equipment, and patient handling in the water. A pool session gives the participants an opportunity to work with skills needed to accomplish water-related assists and rescues in a controlled setting. The class is completed with work in open water. (more…)

 
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ROPE RESCUE

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Rope I – 16 Hours

Low-Angle Rope Rescue

Low angle rope rescue is the first class in the rope rescue series.  On day one, the morning classroom session teaches rope care, knots, lowering systems, mechanical advantage systems, and patient packaging.  The afternoon session provides an opportunity to apply what was learned in the classroom through guided practice.  The second day provides additional skill development in the  morning and scenario work in the afternoon.

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