High-Angle Rescue Techniques and Theory
Academic Noncredit

Provides intensive training in rope rescue fundamentals. Applies wilderness medicine to technical rescue. Covers skills used in mountain, industrial and confined space rescue. Reviewing current research and the evidence basis for techniques is an underlying principle throughout the course. Skills are practiced in realistic scenarios. Students must have a current Wilderness First Responder of higher wilderness medicine certification; experience with rock climbing or other exposed rope work is recommended.

This noncredit class meets with a regular University of Utah credit course.

Questions? Call Academic Programs at 801-585-9963 or use our online form.

Class Sections For High-Angle Rescue Techniques and Theory (H EDU 452)

Fall 2019 Section 1, Starting on: 08/19/2019

including following dates:

Rock Climbing experience and an understanding of climbing systems are recommended. Current Wilderness First Responder, EMT or higher medical certification is required. Students must supply some personal safety equipment, which they must own, buy or rent. Contact rescue@utah.edu for more information. Friday field sessions will take place off campus. Attendance at the first class meeting is mandatory.

Date(s) Day Time Location
08/19/19 - 10/04/19 W 2:00 pm -3:55 pm WILLIAM STEWART BLDG 114
08/19/19 - 10/04/19 F 11:00 am -5:00 pm TBA
Tuition: $445.00 + Special Fee: $200.00 = $645.00      

Instructor: Andy Rich


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