The first part of the Swiftwater and Flood Rescue curriculum, this course is designed for the rescue professionals looking to become a technician in swiftwater and flood rescues

Course Content Includes:

Hazards and hydrology Self-rescue techniques Preparation and planning Basic use of rescue equipment Knots and basic anchor systems Wading Dealing with foot entrapment Tensioned diagonals Basic understanding and use of the rescue vest
Price
$225 per person
Ages
18+ Years Old
Duration
2 days (16 to 18 hours)
Ratio
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Minimum Gear Requirements
Appropriate weather attire (drysuit, wetsuit, etc.)
Helmet (lightweight water or kayak helmet)
PFD (USCG Type III or V)
Shoes (thick-soled water booties or tennis shoes)
Throw bag
Two locking carabineers
Prerequisites
Basic swimming ability.
Course Capacity
10 – 24 participants.