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Moving Water Rescue Training

Awareness Class

The following course is being offered as an Awareness Level to Moving Water Rescue. This is the first step of preparing for the next level of Moving Water Rescue Operations.  This course is a 3-hour lecture and will provide each participant information to identify the hazards of operating within swift water or flooding conditions. Each participant will receive an awareness level booklet and a certificate of attendance.  Each class will begin at 7:00pm.

Interested hosts should email Training@FF1.com

Operations Class 

Swift Water Rescue Class by FF1 - New JerseyThe following course is being offered as an Operations Level to Moving Water Rescue where the Awareness level course leaves off. This NFPA 1670 formatted course is designed for responders who may be required to actively participate within the hazard zone during a water rescue evolution. Designed for firefighters, law enforcement and other emergency services personnel, this two-day program includes both classroom and in-water exercises. In-water skills include self-rescue as well as victim rescue techniques. Topics covered include swimming in current and self-rescue, swiftwater wading techniques, basic rigging, basic rescue techniques and much more. Student will be supplied with a course book and EMT CEU’s are available.

Interested hosts should email Training@FF1.com

Technician Class

FF1 Moving Water ClassBuilding upon the skills and knowledge gained in the Awareness and Operations level courses, Moving Water Rescue – Technician is an advanced level of training that involves team leadership skills, as well as practical and technical training. During this training program, participants will develop skills necessary to meet the NFPA 1670 Technician requirements, which include management of the water rescue scene and supervision of rescuers with Operations level training. Topics covered include scene safety and management, hydrology and river hazards, boat-based rescues, technical rescue systems, contact rescues, victim assessment and much more.  Student will be supplied with a course book and EMT CEU’s are available.

Interested hosts should email Training@FF1.com