Health, Physical Education and Recreation | Fundamentals of Search and Rescue
R100 | 7289 | Tom Millen


CLASS TIME: October 10, 6:00-10:00pm in the IMU Sassafras Tree Suite;
	    October 11, 8:00am?10:00pm; October 12, 8:00am-5:00pm
(Attendance at class is required to attend field dates)

FIELD DATES:  October 24-26, class and mock rescue

INSTRUCTOR: Tom Millen

LOCATION: Hoosier National Forest, Indiana

DESCRIPTION:
Fundamentals of Search and Rescue is designed to teach the basic
skills needed to become a Search and Rescue Technician Level III.  The
course meets two weekends, one for class room lectures and the other
for a mock search and rescue, where skills learned from the previous
weekend will be evaluated and tested.

BOOKS:
Books are included in the course fee and will be handed out first day
of class.

ASSIGNMENTS: Assigned readings and exercises as required

EVALUATION: 40% written exam, 20% orientation course, 30% mock rescue,
and 10% attendance

ADDITIONAL FEE:	
The additional fee for the class is $200, which includes the required
text, certification, and training.  You will sign a bursar slip the
first day of class to pay this fee.