ROPE/HIGH ANGLE RESCUE 1 (RORE)
June 6 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm EDT
|This is a multi-day course (See all days in course)
One event on June 13, 2023 at 6:30 pm
One event on June 17, 2023 at 8:00 am
Course Length16 Hrs
Lead Instructor(s)Scot Landis
- In-County: $35
- Out of County: $70
Course GoalParticipants in this course will be introduced to the basic principles of rope/vertical rescue and to the basic equipment used to implement rope/vertical rescues. The basic skills required to rig, descend, stop, and get out of common problems are presented, demonstrated, and practiced. Students will become proficient at these basic skills.
Course DescriptionStudents in this course will be introduced to the various types of rope and related rescue equipment. Students will be training in tying of the basic knots and hitches used in rope rescue, basic rappelling techniques, tie-offs, self-rescue, basic litter tie-ins, and basic litter handling skills. Much of the program is hands-on and time is allotted for practice in order to build proficiency.
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Student Equipment / Supply Needs
- Helmet with chinstrap, clean leather gloves, work or hiking type boots. Turnout gear is NOT acceptable.
- Students may supply additional personal or department owned equipment, but all such equipment is subject to inspection and/or rejection by the instructors prior to use.