Resource and Industry

Swiftwater & Flatwater

The level of training you need depends on how close you get to the water in the course of your work.

The standard training levels are:

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

Read our FAQ about the definition of moving water to learn whether you work in flatwater, or swiftwater.

    

Flatwater Safety & Rescue

For field personnel who work near, in, or on lakes and ponds.

Swiftwater Awareness

For personnel who work close to moving water

Swiftwater Operations

For shore-based work beside moving water.

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

For field personnel who work in moving water.

Swiftwater Rescue Technician - Advanced

For extreme whitewater and working at night.

WATER TRAINING

Mar 15-17

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

  • $499
  • Kamloops, BC
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Mar 15-16

Swiftwater Operations

  • $399
  • Kamloops, BC
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Mar 19-20

Swiftwater Operations

  • $399
  • Nanaimo, BC
Register

Mar 19-21

Swiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT 1)

  • $499
  • Nanaimo, BC
Register
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