San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is a two day 16-hour Ground Search and Rescue course developed and instructed by Illinois Search and Rescue Council (ISARC) Instructors. You will learn from both a classroom and in the field (hands on skills) sessions. You will then put it all together to conduct a night and full scale day search. After successful completion of the class you will be issued a certificate validating that you have been trained and proved that you have the basic skill set to be a trained ground searcher, within a trained search team.
General Class Schedule
(All times are estimates and may vary)
8:00am – Class Participants Start Arriving
8:30am – Classroom Portion Begins (3-4 hrs.)
11:30am – Lunch (offsite on your own) (1.hr.)
12:45pm – Students Return from Lunch Break into Afternoon teams
Field training will be at Homer Lake, Homer IL
1:00pm –Start Afternoon Skills sessions (4.5 hrs.)
5:30pm – Dinner (offsite on your own) (1.5 hrs.)
7:00pm – Reconvene for night Search (2.5 hrs.)
9:30pm Adjourn for Evening
8:30am - Students arrive at training site
9:00am – Full Scale Search begins
12:00pm - Full Scale Search Ends
12:30pm – Rehab, cleanup
1:00pm – Debrief (Hand out Certificates)
Please Note Saturday is a long day, Must be present and compete all sections of class to receive a certificate.
This training involves a combination of classroom and physically demanding field training, that requires you to be able to walk, stand, and kneel on un even terrain for several hours. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from completing these tasks, this class might not be for you. If you have any questions regarding this please firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone must sign up individually so we can accurately track attendance and plan course and arrange instructors accordingly.
About two weeks before the class, you will receive an email with the exact directions and information. If you have questions about the class prior to receiving the email, please send them to email@example.com.
If you would like more information about ISARC please visit www.illinoissar.org.