Course Description:

The Rope Rescue Technician course is designed to teach responders to operate at the technician level in high or low-angle environments. Students will learn how to build complex rope systems to effectively provide access to patients for assessment, treatment, packaging, and extraction. Students will learn how to construct and operate tensioned rope systems, horizontal rope systems, personal belay systems, artificial high directionals, perform pickoffs, and learn personal mobility skills in the high-angle environment. Students will learn about identifying hazards and resource needs, planning, and managing support from awareness and operations-level personnel. Students shall provide all necessary PPE and are allowed to provide personal or issued rescue equipment to be used after inspection by FETA staff.


Rope Rescue Operations


Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to take the Rope Rescue Technician IFSAC certification exam.





*If more than one course price is shown, the first price applies to all Louisiana Municipal Fire Departments who are issued a Fire Department ID from the State Fire Marshal's Office and are supported by the 2% Fire Insurance Fund. The second price applies to all non-Louisiana Municipal Fire Departments including state agencies (in-state and out-of-state), out-of-state fire departments, federal agencies, and the private sector, etc.

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