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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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 »
Hosted by RAT-SAR. Free to all search and rescue members. You must have technical rescue experience. Please email email@example.com if you want to attend.Find out more »
Open to all RAT-SAR members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the roster. Cost is 90 dollars but can be reimbursed through training grant.Find out more »
Two weekend course/exercise. October 1-3, 2021 and October 9-10, 2021 Location: First weekend: RAT training area (Gallant, AL). Second weekend: Bucks Pocket State Park (Grove Oak, AL) RAT-LRT (Lightweight Rescue Technician) This course is limited to 12 students. This 5-day (50+ hours) course combines the best of RAT’s technical classes into a single course for backcountry rescuers, climbers, cavers, or adventurers who may be immersed in rugged terrain for extended periods, or required to shelter in place without additional resources or a full…Find out more »