Emergency Response

Technical Rope

From basic, over-the-bank rope skills, to high-line systems, or tower rescue, we can provide NFPA compliant low angle, steep angle, or high angle rope training tailored to your call out zone and specific needs. All of our technical rope rescue courses are developed and certified by Rescue 3 International and set the standard internationally. 

All of our technical rope rescue courses start with the basics and progress to more advanced techniques in simple, logical steps. No prior rope experience is required.

    

Technical Rope - Road Side Rescue

Low & steep angle skills for vehicle rescue.

Technical Rope Rescue - Operator

Foundational rope training for slopes and high angle environments

Technical Rope Rescue - Technician

High angle skills for working on the vertical.

Technical Rope Rescue - Specialist

Physics, Highlines and Advanced Multipods

ProBoard Evaluation - Technical Rope Rescue

Test yourself against the NFPA 1006 Standard.

ROPE TRAINING

Feb 23-27

Technical Rope Rescue - Operator

  • $795
  • North Vancouver, BC
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Mar 30 - Apr 3

Technical Rope Rescue - Operator

  • $795
  • Squamish, BC
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April 4-7

Technical Rope Rescue - Technician

  • $895
  • Squamish, BC
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May 3-7

Technical Rope Rescue - Operator

  • $795
  • Ottawa, ON
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EQUIPMENT

New England KMIII Static Rope

KMIII Static Rope is a balance construction consisting of a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core.

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