JULY SWIFTWATER RESCUE II CLASS IS FULL
The July 14th-16th class is full for Swiftwater Rescue II. Unfortunately we cannot accept anymore registrations for this class at this time.
AUGUST SWIFTWATER AWARENESS AND SWIFTWATER RESCUE 1 CLASS IS FULL
The August class is full for Swiftwater Rescue 1. Unfortunately we cannot accept anymore registrations for this class at this time.
ADDITIONAL CLASSES ADDED TO THE 2017 CALENDAR
We are pleased to announce the addition of several rope rescue training classes in addition to two SARTECH III classes for the year 2017. Visit the Rescue College Tab for more information!
ADDITIONAL TRAINING CLASSES HAVE BEEN ADDED
There have been additional classes added for TIMS, TIMS Train the Trainer, and Chaplain Programs. They are listed under the Rescue College Tab.
The 2017 Training Schedule Update
The Training Schedule for 2017 is being updated on the website for the classes and dates that have been confirmed. Please note that we will still be adding classes throughout the year as new classes are scheduled.
Dear Captain and Unit Directors
The state office is placing your 2017 membership rosters in the mail today. You should receive these in the mail by the end of next week. If you do not receive these within a couple of weeks, please let me know so that we can send you another one out. Please remember that Membership Dues are due January 1st and are considered late after March 1st, 2017. Thank you,
NOTICE TO ALL INSTRUCTORS
Effective April 2014 we will not be changing any instructor's group assignment. We encourage you to attend on the year that you are required to. By having some instructors in your department coming every year, your department will be current in any changes to the programs. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
TARS HISTORY ON DVD
We now have 2 historical short films that were made in conjunction with TARS, TVA, and The United States Coast Guard on DVD. These films were made in the early 1970's. The first movie titled "Not By a Damsite" is about TVA Dams and their dangers to boats. The second movie titled "Inland Water Search Rescue and Recovery" is about dragging operations and recovery. Both movies are just over 15 minutes long. These historical movies are great to watch and despite being approximately 40 years old, a lot of the the information covered in them is still being used today.
Copies are available for purchase.
Cost is $10 per DVD to pick up at the office. Or we can mail them to you for an additional charge of $2 per DVD.They will also be available at the Region Meetings in June.
For more information, please contact Stacy at the State Office at 865-689-3256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.