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We have partnered with Weber State University Outdoor Program to start giving the most up to date and progressive rescue courses. This new state of the art training center located in Ogden, Utah is a must. We look forward to seeing you!
Our Rope Access Training course, you will learn how to perform rope maneuvers and rescues, as well as how to analyze rope access systems. Peak Rescue certifies according to the U.S. based, Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT). This 5 to 6-day course prepares candidates for SPRAT Level I 2 or 3 certification. A successful candidate should be capable of performing a range of rope access tasks.
Weber State University Outdoor Program - Ogden, UT
Our Rope Access Training course, you will learn how to perform rope maneuvers and rescues, as well as how to analyze rope access systems. Peak Rescue certifies according to the U.S. based, Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT).
Our Rope Rescue Course is a Technician level, NFPA 1006 compliant program. Students are led through progressive training into the more advanced rescue portion. Peak Rescue trains students both inside and outside as well as from fundamental learning environments to real world scenarios. Students have access to state of the art simulated environments and sites.
Industry Rope Rescue
Peak Rescue Trench Rescue program offers courses to train Firefighters, Rescue Team members, and Response Team members that readily or could potentially respond to incidents involving trenches. Course topics include trench definitions, patient packaging, atmospheric monitoring, shoring systems of non-intersecting and intersecting trenches, shoring systems of deep wall and end wall trenches, and care & maintenance of the shoring system components. All of these courses are based on NFPA 1670, Standard on Operations and Training for Technical Incidents.
Located in world class Fremont Canyon, this Mountain Rescue course integrates both rope rescue and self-rescue techniques in a high mountain environment. Students will apply a series of rope rescue techniques with mountain modifications in order to develop the skills required for mountain rescue. Additionally, participants will spend a significant amount of time developing strategies to solve complex mountain rescue problems. Whether that's moving patients efficiently in backcountry setting or setting up for helicopter operations this program will take your team to the next level.
Advanced Mountain Rescue
This program is designed to provide technician-level skills to all participants. The course meets all technician-level requirements outlined in the new Tower Rescue Chapter of NFPA 1670.
Participants will become prepared for an emergency response to high-angle incidents involving towers and man-made structures.