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HART Swim Recurrent Training (NC-8181)

Confidence is built with repetition and experience. It is a direct result of the knowledge

and skills obtained during training and actual missions. HSRTs have the responsibility of

deploying to and extracting victims from various water environments. In addition to the

uncontrollable and dynamic environment, victims encountered by the HSRT during water

rescues have the potential to be frightened, easily distracted and pose an unintentional

risk to the HSRT. These demanding situations require the HSRT have a high degree of

confidence when deploying into the water.

The most prevalent obstacle to overcome during water survival is fear. Fear of one’s

own weaknesses and/or discomfort. The Water Confidence Training course is the first in

a multi-step training process designed to enhance overall comfort in the water. This

portion of the training focuses primarily on individual skills and techniques for personal

safety and function during water missions.

OBJECTIVE: At the conclusion of this training, each trainee will have experienced and

practiced:

• Floatation and energy conservation techniques

• Variety of swim strokes

• Oxygen utilization and control

• Equipment confidence building

• Under water egress and HEED/HABD bottle utilization

 
Details
Date(s)  Tue. Dec 03, 2019 1:00pm - 4:00pm 
Location High Point Swim Club
1705 Whitehall St, High Point NC 27262 
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Handicap Accessibility No
WiFi Access  
ESF ESF9 - Search and Rescue
Functional Areas Emergency Services
Offered By North Carolina Division of Emergency Management 
Primary Instructor Bailey, Christopher Thomas 
Additional Instructors Ogden, Jay 
Tribula, Michael A.   
Course Length 6 Hours 
Course Hours
CEUs  
Prerequisites
Maximum Participants 45
# Open Seats 45
# on Wait List 1

Offering Specific Information

This training is only offered to NCHART Technicians, Pilots, Crew Chiefs and System Managers. This training is not open to the public.

Participants should come prepared with the following equipment,

- Bathing Suit and Towell

- Swim Mask w/Snorkel & Fins

- Issued Water Helmet (Drysuit and PFD is not required)

- HEEDS Device

 

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