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Search and Rescue Management Level 11431216/27/2020 1:00:10 PMand effectively manage the most common search and rescue operations in British Columbia necessary to fill the SAR Manager's position during a basic search and/or rescue operation Emergency ManagementEMRG-1783<div class="ExternalClass49373D5CF8DF4FC6A97AD79E47215984">Learn how to safely and effectively manage the most common search and rescue operations in British Columbia. As an experienced Search and Rescue (SAR) responder, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to fill the SAR Manager's position during a basic search and/or rescue operation. The course focuses on the skills necessary to fulfill the SAR Manager's responsibilities before, during and after a basic, single operational period response as well as the structures and resources in place to support this role. Topics covered include leadership and management skills, preplans, risk assessment and the specifics of managing a search and rescue operation. Given an opportunity to integrate the knowledge through practice exercises, participants will gain the confidence to use their newly acquired skills to effectively manage basic search and/or rescue operations. This course will be of particular interest to SAR volunteers with a minimum of 2-3 years of task experience who have been asked by their SAR Group's executive to take on a management role during operations.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Search and Rescue Rope Rescue Awareness1435394/22/2020 1:15:50 PMSAR Rope Rescue Awareness in this course is ONLY open to ACTIVE Search and Rescue volunteers who are members of Emergency Management Emergency ManagementEMRG-1735<div class="ExternalClassAA08D8FC04E94074A23E3526CBF7973A">Search and Rescue (SAR) Rope Rescue Awareness is the first of several provincial training courses designed to prepare SAR volunteers to perform rope rescue operations in wildland situations. This course follows the Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) established curriculum as outlined in EMBC SAR Rope Rescue Manual Section 1&#58; Rope Rescue Awareness. The course will review introductory aspects of the wildland rope rescue structure, system and organization in British Columbia as well topics such as core principles, roles and responsibilities, planning considerations, site assessments, and equipment considerations. IMPORTANT NOTE&#58; Registration in this course is ONLY open to ACTIVE Search and Rescue volunteers who are members of Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) recognized SAR Groups. If you are NOT part of a recognized SAR Group in British Columbia, please contact sar@jibc.ca for information on accessing this course content.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Wilderness Survival for Ground Search And Rescue1434694/22/2020 1:15:51 PMWilderness Survival for GSAR focuses on the fundamental survival skills necessary for SAR volunteers working in a wilderness environment Topics covered also include the psychology Emergency ManagementEMRG-1706<div class="ExternalClassD23B55DA14FD4BA7B08D8586F4B37E72">Wilderness Survival for GSAR focuses on the fundamental survival skills necessary for SAR volunteers working in a wilderness environment. In a hands-on learning environment, students practice fire starting, signaling techniques, and shelter building techniques using resources found in the wilderness. Topics covered also include the psychology of survival, wildlife and botanical threat awareness, food and water collection, and waste disposal. The overnight component provides an opportunity for students to practice and experience a wilderness survival scenario.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Search and Rescue Rope Rescue Technician 11435484/22/2020 1:15:55 PMSearch and Rescue (SAR) Rope Rescue Technician 1 is the second of several provincial students will be equipped to help build, operate and participate in DCTTRS and rope rescue Emergency ManagementEMRG-1736<div class="ExternalClass5853E0A534D94434939849F98D5DD436">Search and Rescue (SAR) Rope Rescue Technician 1 is the second of several provincial training courses designed to prepare SAR volunteers to perform rope rescue operations in wildland situations. This course follows the Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) established curriculum as outlined in EMBC SAR Rope Rescue Manual Section 2&#58; Rope Rescue Technician 1. The course will review the basic physics of Force Limiting Systems, selection of anchors, building and operating Dual Capability Two Tensioned Rope (DCTTR) Systems, edge management and subject packaging. Through demonstration, self-study and hands-on practice, students will be equipped to help build, operate and participate in DCTTRS and rope rescue.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Justice and Public Safety Statutes and S1432974/22/2020 1:15:33 PMThis course will provide learners with knowledge of First Nations, municipal and provincial in areas such as establishing command posts, search and rescue, and evacuation planning Law Enforcement StudiesLAWS-1901<div class="ExternalClass662DE49A8D454147B0D66CE77530D4B4">This course will provide learners with knowledge of First Nations, municipal and provincial statutes and structures. Learners will study the structure, jurisdictions and authorities of these three levels of government. They will explore various duties and responsibilities as they relate to justice and public safety. Role-play and simulations will be used to reinforce learning in areas such as establishing command posts, search and rescue, and evacuation planning.</div>UndergraduateJustice and Public Safety
Search and Rescue Management Level 21433894/22/2020 1:15:47 PMbuild on their knowledge of search and rescue response, applying management strategies in more complex and complicated search and rescue situations Emergency ManagementEMRG-1784<div class="ExternalClassE371116CC5CA443DB4F88BE97C64A0AE">Participants will build on their knowledge of search and rescue response, applying management strategies in more complex and complicated search and rescue situations. The course continues from the topics addressed in EMRG-1783 and provides more in-depth coverage on such areas as search and rescue management processes, search theory, logistics, command structures and communications.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Ground Search and Rescue Skills1434674/22/2020 1:15:51 PMLearn the search techniques used for wilderness SAR operations, as well as procedures for conducting urban searches and evidence searches You will learn how to assist the first aid Emergency ManagementEMRG-1704<div class="ExternalClassAD51E436E41D4BDE978EF7077CA797C0">Learn the search techniques used for wilderness SAR operations, as well as procedures for conducting urban searches and evidence searches. You will learn how to assist the first aid attendant in stabilizing and securing the subject for transport, how to maneuver a stretcher over rough terrain, and how to use basic rope assist techniques to move the stretcher over gentle slopes. Basic ties used in GSAR applications will be covered, along with the care and maintenance of ropes and associated equipment. You will also gain an awareness of how to protect clues and work with tracking teams and other resources used in SAR responses.</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Interior Fire Fighter Knowledge1433706/27/2020 1:00:10 PMBuild upon your basic understanding of firefighting Explore fire fighter survival, search and rescue, fire extinguishers, forcible entry, loss control FireFIRE-1055<div class="ExternalClassDD059450CA964B88970B181976A6F689">Build upon your basic understanding of firefighting. Explore fire fighter survival, search and rescue, fire extinguishers, forcible entry, loss control, Class A and ground cover fires, and interior attack. This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge required to engage in internal fire suppression activities, primarily within simple structures and objects.</div>UndergraduateFire and Safety
Organized Avalanche Response Team Leader1439164/22/2020 1:15:42 PMeffectively and safely as a team leader during an organized rescue in avalanche terrain the field, is demanding and intended for Search and Rescue volunteers who will be acting in a Emergency ManagementEMRG-1752<div class="ExternalClassDD18A13335A149E9A9B642C43AA45DA9">The Organized Avalanche Response Team Leader course provides participants with the skills necessary to work effectively and safely as a team leader during an organized rescue in avalanche terrain. The course focuses on go-no-go decision making criteria, different aspects of communications with team, base and other outside resources involved, ongoing collection of weather data and the use of hasty pits and stability analysis. Navigation in mountainous terrain and varying weather conditions including route finding, route flagging and track setting are also discussed. Participants are exposed and assessed on their leadership skills and ability to respond safely and effectively as a team leader in mock scenarios. The 4-day course, one quarter classroom based and three quarters in the field, is demanding and intended for Search and Rescue volunteers who will be acting in a leadership capacity. (Formerly SAR510)</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management
Avalanche Skills for Search and Rescue1439144/22/2020 1:15:42 PMThe course has a specific focus on search and rescue introducing the role in avalanche operations, but Emergency ManagementEMRG-1750<div class="ExternalClass432695898D394B44893C03EA4060C52B">Learn the skills necessary to travel safely in avalanche terrain. The focus of the course is on developing observation skills to recognize and make appropriate decisions while in avalanche terrain, as well as mastering companion rescue techniques. Participants will learn to use decision-making tools including the Canadian Avalanche Association's Avaluator. The course has a specific focus on search and rescue introducing the role in avalanche operations, but can also be of use to others working in avalanche terrain. (Formerly SAR150)</div>UndergraduateEmergency Management