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The RAT-SAR WFR curriculum is primarily taught in the field and based on search and rescue response. This is not a 9-5 class. You will be working day and night, rain or shine, running missions, and assessing and caring for patients in various scenarios. Shelter-in-place, wilderness survival, navigation, and search and rescue skills may also be taught and practiced to enhance the scenarios and overall experience. PREREQUISITES: 18 years or older. No previous medical experience required. Due to the search and rescue theme of the…Find out more »
This 1-day class is offered to those individuals who have very limited or no wilderness survival training. It is designed to allow the student an opportunity to learn basic survival skills such as fire starting, shelter construction and other wilderness survival essentials without the stressors found in Randall’s Adventure & Training’s advanced survival classes. Class starts at 8:00 AM at the farm in Gallant, AL.Find out more »
This 1-day class is designed to teach the student the basics of human tracking. The student will learn to identify track indicators, dynamics of a foot print, rules of tracking, lost spoor procedures, individual tracking techniques, and tracking team formations in regards to search and rescue.Find out more »
Haywood Community College will be hosting their annual Wilderness Week April 28-May 2, 2021. The concept of this program is to provide Fire, EMS, Rescue, and Law Enforcement personnel with the opportunity to train and receive state certifications relative to the Search and Rescue field. If the class does not carry a state certification, it will count toward continuing education. RAT-SAR personnel will be assistant instructors for the Advanced Wilderness Rescue portion of this class. Anyone interested in participating should contact Dee Massey…Find out more »
May 8-9, 2021 Randall’s Adventure & Training will be hosting a rescue raises and lowers class for the lightweight rescue technician. Cost: No charge Who can attend: All search and rescue personnel. (Email: email@example.com to register) Locations: Buck’s Pocket State Park – Grove Oak, Alabama Gear limited to the following: ATC Guide, one each single sheave rescue pulley, two each short and two each long 6mm prusik loops, Dyneema anchor slings, 30’ body cord (8mm accessory cord), 6 each HMS…Find out more »
This 3-day Single Rope Technique (SRT) class is designed for the beginning vertical rope practitioner (no previous rope experience required). If you're wanting to learn how to safely rappel for recreational purposes, or just starting your adventures in caving or lightweight rescue, this is the first class you should take. The following subjects are covered both in a classroom and field environment: Equipment, anchors, knots, belays, descending, ascending, change-overs, knot passing and self-rescue in a single rope vertical environment. Gear Requirements: Long…Find out more »
This is the Fundamentals of SAR course required for SARTECH II certification. Location for first weekend: Lawrence County EMA, Moulton, AL. This is a two weekend event. Participants must be present for both weekends. First weekend: May 21-23. Second weekend: May 29-30. View more about NASAR training.Find out more »
This is the Fundamentals of SAR course required for SARTECH II certification. Location second weekend: To be announced during the first weekend. This is a two weekend event. Participants must be present for both weekends. First weekend: May 21-23. Second weekend: May 29-30. View more about NASAR training.Find out more »