Post - Conference Certification Courses
301 DIVING RESCUE AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS
The Victim descended 80 feet from shore in 1 1 1/2 knot current, to a depth of 45 feet. Where is the body now? What are the four common mistakes made in witness interviewing? If you were entangled below 35 feet of blackwater and were running low on air... would you be confident you would survive unharmed? Why is 25 minutes the maximum a diver should be allowed to search blackwater? When tending, can you correct within 300 psi of how much air your diver will surface with? Whether your team is in the process of forming or has been in operations for two decades, this certification course is guaranteed to make your team safer and more effective. Find out why teams all over the world say there is no training like LGS's REAL LIFE TRAINING FOR REAL LIFE OPERATIONS.
302 BASIC WATER SAFETY AND SURVIVAL FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL
TRAINING THE TRAINER
All officers with water in their jurisdictions should understand what could happen if they entered the water to save a drowning victim or capture a perpetrator fleeing by way of water. They should also know what to do if they are forced into water by way of vehicle immersion or a perpetrator pushing them in. This workshop will teach trainers what should be included in training for all recruits and veteran law enforcement personnel. Practice hands-on drills, and learn valuable proven teaching techniques.
303 SMALL BOAT AND PWC SURFACE RESCUE
What are the minimum skills a boat operator should have to handle a vessel during rescues in various situations? Learn boat maintenance and minor repair along with ways to save your department a significant amount of money. Learn the skills needed to keep you and your department safe while utilizing the needed equipment for surface operations. What are the proper procedures for victim extraction and handling? Learn how to establish positive buoyancy, safely securing the conscious, injured and/or unconscious victim into or on a vessel.
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