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Swiftwater rescue Technician Course Level 1 (SRT-1)

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Our Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT1) course provides participants with the
fundamentals of survival and rescue techniques in moving water and is recommended for all water sports lovers and people who may need to carry out in-water rescues as part of their jobs, or when participating in water sports. Our participants learn about hydrology (the science of moving water) and internationally recognised river classifications, correct equipment and use of, size-up (analysing an accident/rescue scene), site control and scene management.


Practical skills include self-rescue, safe swiftwater swimming and the fundamentals
of on-shore, boat and in-water rescues. In addition students are introduced to the
basics of boat handling and the basics of rope rescue including rope work, mechanical
advantage and anchor systems.





Additional Info

  • Sponsors: Rescue 3 Japan
  • Cost: 42,000yen (3days)
  • Practice Cost: 5,000yen per day.
  • Insurance Cost: 500yen (1000yen for practice pers.)
  • Field Location: Shiribetsu River
  • Classroom Location: NOASC Niseko
  • Min. Persons: 8
  • Max. Persons: 15 pers + 5 refreshers
  • Appl'n Close: Saturday, 26 April 2014
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