This 40-hour program is designed to provide students with advanced extrication and rescue skills.
Training topics include stabilization, cribbing, and patient access and removal from large and heavy vehicles. These will be addressed in a classroom environment and during multiple, complex extrication training scenarios.
Practical evolutions daily
Students are required to provide their own equipment which consists of full turnout gear, including hand and eye protection.
This program may require students to travel off-site on multiple training days to complete course objectives. Details will be provided on the first day of the program.
Program includes course materials.