Rope Rescue Technician III
About the Class
Covers NFPA 1006 Chapter 6 (Rope Rescue) Level II Skills.
Rope Rescue Technician III is an advanced rope rescue training for the serious professional. In this 40-hour class, you are challenged by scenarios that test your rigging skills and expand your problem-solving capabilities. The curriculum was developed with more than three decades of experience in teaching rope rescue. We update and revise the course regularly to bring you the latest and best information on rope rescue techniques from our vast network of rescue professionals.
Updates on the latest equipment, systems testing, belay techniques and other research; equipment and systems demonstration tests; manufactured and improvised artificial high anchor points; high lines; guiding lines; advanced litter handling techniques; and numerous challenging real-life rescue scenarios. The hands-on intensive scenarios will challenge your decision-making abilities and improve your capability to conduct sophisticated team rescues.
CMC School Certificate of Completion
CMC Rope Rescue Field Guide
CMC School T-shirt
Completion of CMC Rope Rescue Technician I / II class is mandatory.
NOTE: Your spot is not guaranteed until you are contacted by CMC Rescue School confirming your enrollment. The Rescue School administrator will contact you 45 days before the start date to confirm the class will be held as scheduled. We strongly suggest that you do not make any travel arrangements before that time, as classes are subject to cancellation.
EARLY $1195 when registered and paid 45 days in advance
REGULAR $1259 when registered less than 45 days in advance
Limited to 16 students. We emphasize hands-on instruction and encourage
participation by everyone in the class. Classes fill early, so register soon.
Skill Set Blend
The Rope Rescue Technician III class training covers rescue principles and techniques that blend with the skill sets used by those working in technical rope rescue, fire rescue, tower rescue, confined space rescue, search and rescue (SAR), mountain rescue, urban search and rescue (USAR), helicopter operations, swiftwater rescue, tactical maneuvers & rescue, industrial rope access, theatrical rope access, building & structure inspection or maintenance, rope rigging and general work-at-height.