Your Training entity for Water Rescue Training.
Rope Rescue Technician Level I/II (40hrs)
Course certifications are compliant with and meet or exceed NFPA 1983,1006 and 1670 standards, as well as OSHA 1910.146 Permit-Required Confined Spaces standards. This course teaches advanced rope rescue techniques for vertical terrain. Students will practice and participate in numerous high angle rescue scenarios using litters, hauling systems and lowering systems. Students will practice building a variety of different anchors and managing complex rope systems.
With an ever-changing environment, Our Flood Evacuation course covers the new aspects of flood rescue, new equipment, new flood areas and the evolving bystander/civilian help. We offer this course in one hour and four our segments.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As Firefighters we see and do a lot of things the normal person would never see. That places stress on us, physically and mentally, we all deal with it in different ways. Our course helps identify the stressors. We start the conversation and hope we can help guide people to the proper help, through conversation, identifying causes, real world encounters and more.
Swiftwater Rescue Technician
Swiftwater Rescue Technician is an Advanced level of training that involves team leadership skills, as well as practical and technical training. During this FIVE-DAY training program, participants will develop skills necessary to meet and exceed the N.F.P.A. Standards 1006 (2013) and 1670 (2014) for Technician Level requirements. Which include Management of the water rescue scene, supervision of rescuers with “Operational” level training, scene safety, hydrology, river hazards, boat-based rescues, ropes and knots, technical rescue systems, contact rescues, victim assessment and MUCH MORE!
Ice Rescue Technician
Ice Rescue Technician – this course meets and exceeds N.F.P.A. Standard 1006 (2013) and 1670 (2014) for Ice Rescue Technician. This 2-day course (20 hrs.) covers Medical considerations, Victim rescues, Self rescues, Team rescues, Boat OPS on ice, throwbags , new equipment for ice rescue and more!
To take this course, you must:
- Be comfortable and relaxed in water too deep to stand (able to swim 200 meters, any combination of strokes, no time limit, and able to float, drownproof or tread water).
- Be able to answer No to all questions on the NASE Medical History form, or secure a physician’s approval for diving prior to the start of the course
What is Involved?
Self Study: Using the convenient NASE eLearning program.
- Skill Development: Generally six to ten hours spent in a swimming pool with your instructor.
- Open-Water Training Dives: Put your new skills to work while logging over 100 minutes of bottom time with your instructor.
What Equipment Will You Need?
Equipment requirements will vary but generally include:
- Mask and snorkel
- Scuba-quality adjustable fins
- Wetsuit boots
The balance of the equipment you will need is generally included in the cost of your course or available for rental at a nominal fee.
Boat Operations, Personal Watercraft Rescue Technician,
Public Safety Diver
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How to Host One of Our Courses at Your Department/Company
- Email or call to see if dates are available:
Phone: (844) 833-7833
- Confirm the course and dates
- Secure Classroom and training site
- Classroom has seating and tables for students
a: Video Screen
b: Video projector
c: White board with markers
(Trident Rescue can provide items, call for info)
- Checklist from Trident Rescue, for mandatory training equipment.
- Fliers for course will be approved by hosting Department and Trident Rescue.