Emergency Response

Swiftwater & Flatwater

The level of training you need depends on how close you get to the water in the course of your work.  We offer a full range of NFPA compliant water rescue courses to prepare you for any work environment.

The standard training levels are:

1.  Awareness (more than 10’ from water)
2.  Operations (within 10’ of water)
3.  Technician (in or on water)

For more information on choosing the best course for you, read our FAQ on Technical Rescue Training Levels.  Read our FAQ about the definition of moving water to learn whether you work in flatwater, or swiftwater.

 

Flatwater First Responder

Rescue from non-moving water.

Swiftwater Awareness

The theory of swiftwater rescue.

Swiftwater Operations

Shore-based rescue from moving water.

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

"Go" rescue from moving water

Swiftwater Rescue Technician - Advanced

Extreme whitewater and night operations.

Rescue from Vehicles in Water

Specialized training for responding to vehicles trapped in swiftwater environments

Management of Water & Flood Incidents

Management and command skills.

Swiftwater Recovery Specialist

Recovery from shallow depth swiftwater environments.

ProBoard Evaluation - Swiftwater Rescue

Professional qualification evaluation.

WATER TRAINING

Sept 26-28

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

  • $549
  • Kamloops. BC
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Sept 26-27

Swiftwater Operations

  • $449
  • Kamloops, BC
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Oct 6-8

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

  • $549
  • Squamish, BC
Register

Oct 6-7

Swiftwater Operations

  • $449
  • Squamish, BC
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Darren Saare
Port Alberni Search & Rescue

Once again it was great working with Raven Rescue. The course environment was a challenge, since we were in heavy flood conditions, but Craig did a great job of adjusting the curriculum to meet the needs of the participants while maintaining a sufficient level of safety amongst heavy debris, massive whirlpools and somewhat bizarrely... a couple of huge sea lions that strayed up the river to play in the chaos.

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