SRT - Single Rope Technique
June 3-4, 2017

Single Rope Technique Class

The rope climbing and rappelling skills used by vertical cavers

(A prerequisite to the Hauls & Lowers for Wilderness Environments Class)


Designed to instruct students in the knowledge and skills to safely climb and rappel using SRT with hands-on training in both classroom and field settings. Includes information on: rigging and equipment, climbing systems and their applications, ascending, descending, changeovers in both directions, and dealing with rope obstructions.

This class can be taught in your area with prior coordination
. Group discounts available for Rescue Squads/Fire Departments.

Please see www.hcru.org/rescueclass  for a more in-depth course in August

Course Date: June 4-5, 2017
Limited to 20 participants

Current enrollment: 0
(manually updated; PayPal maintains an accurate count and won't let you register if the class is full)

$40 donation per participant

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Payment accepted via PayPal only (PayPal account not required)
Payment NOT via PayPal and last-minute sign-ups may be possible at $50

For any registration questions, please contact: Marc@HCRU.org


Equipment Requirements

Participants MUST provide the following:
Sturdy lugged-sole lace-up boots (no sneakers or sandals)
Leather Gloves (with full fingers)
Kneepads (soft cap such as volleyball kneepads work best)
Appropriate clothing for the weather (long pants recommended, no turnout gear)
Personal First Aid kit - we will be outdoors, make HCRU aware of allergies (bees, poison ivy, wasps...)
Cash for lunch on Saturday (not all accept plastic)
Bring water, snacks & a lunch on Sunday

Participants should bring if possible (HCRU can provide if needed):
Approved helmet, with chinstrap (no fire helmets)
Light that mounts to the helmet

The HCRU will provide all the necessary climbing and rappelling gear.

Age Requirement
All participants must be 18 years old or have a signed Liability Release Form

HELPFUL KNOWLEDGE / PREP WORK: All the following knots are covered as a part of the course, but it will enhance your experience practice these before class if you are not yet familiar. Click to go to an animated step by step instruction for tying the following:  Alpine Butterfly  -  Bowline  -  Double Fisherman  -  Prusik  -  Water Knot  Figure 8: Directional  -  Figure 8: Follow-Through  -  Figure 8: Double ("Bunny Ears")

Class Schedule
Class begins at 0800 on Saturday at
Brindlee Mountain Fire Station 1 - 4373 U.S. 231, Union Grove, AL‎ - (256) 498-3109
This is a NEW station so it may not be in your GPS devices, so please use: 34.47079, -86.56802
 

Class will be held rain, heat or shine.
We train for real-life situations. Come prepared for the weather!

Looking for a place to stay? Information on Camping

Contact

Brad Phillips  Brad@HCRU.org

or
Brian Bailey (256) 509-4785  Brian@HCRU.org