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: 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: 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for information on accessing this course content.
Access your online course - This is a continuous enrollment course - which means you will be able to access and start this online course within a few hours. You will receive an email confirmation from email@example.com. providing direction on how and where to access the course; please complete the course by the end date specified. Add firstname.lastname@example.org. to your safe email list so that the message is not forwarded to your spam or junk email folder. If you do not receive access to the course within one business day of registering please contact email@example.com.
- EMRG-1700 or EMRG-1704 or EMRG-1704A