Water Rescue
This one-day course is designed for agencies who have recognized
the need to start a formalized water rescue team. This course has
approximately 4 hrs. of classroom instruction followed by 4 hrs. of
hands-on skill training. Any agency who may at some time work
around lakes, ponds, or other non-flowing water will benefit form the
course.
PRI believes that anyone who works around water should be familiar
with the potential hazards so that knowledgeable decisions can be
made when needed. This course can be decisions can be made when
needed. This course can be held on a swimming pool, lake, or a
slow-moving river.

Equipment Requirements:
·        Lightweight water or climbing helmets.
·        USCG Type III or V approved life jacket / PFD.
·        Water boots or tennis shoes.
·        Gloves and (wetsuit optional).

Water Rescue: Operations Level

This course is designed to assist your agency in meeting the
Operations Level of the NFPA 1670 Standard for water incidents. The
two-day course has one day of classroom and one day of practical
field exercise.
Students are trained in hazard recognition; equipment use and
techniques necessary to conduct basic shore and boat based rescue.
This course can be held on a lake, or a slow-moving river.

Equipment Requirements:
·        Lightweight water or climbing helmets.
·        USCG Type III or V approved life jacket / PFD.
·        Water boots or tennis shoes.
·        Gloves and (wetsuit optional).