The ability to move freely on fixed vertical lines is not only a job performance requirement for technician level rope rescuers, but it is critical skillset that provides increased safety and operational capability for any team. In this program we will cover personal ascending and descending skills, rescuer based pick-off's, self rescue techniques and litter attendant mobility.
This 6 day program will cover all of the Job Performance Requirements of NFPA 1006 (2021ed) for Rope Rescue Technician. Students will be presented theory and the supporting practical skills necessary to perform as a technician level rope practitioner. This is an intensive hands-on course with heavy emphasis placed on developing critical thinking, rigging theory [...]
How are your Artificial High Directional skills? In this 3 day workshop we will push the limits of the Arizona Vortex using a '3-2-1' approach. The course starts with a classroom session reviewing rigging theory then we start dropping legs; taking students from traditional tripod set ups down to mono-pod/gin pole setups. This course builds [...]
This four day program will meet and exceed current NFPA compliance for rope operations. This is the first step for those wishing to obtain technician level competency. Students will be presented theory and the supporting practical skills necessary to perform as an operational level rope practitioner. This is a hands-on course with heavy emphasis placed [...]
This two day program is geared for first responders who may be faced with a 'person in a tree' emergency. Designed with professional arborists, it's heavily focused on arborist emergencies and will cover size-up, developing an IAP and making a go/no-go decision to begin rescue. Despite being focused on arborist incidents, the skills taught are [...]