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Level 4: Swistwater Rescue Skills Course
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8/22/2014 to 8/24/2014
When: 8/22/2014
Where: Animas River
Farmington, New Mexico 
United States
Contact: San Juan College OLER Program

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OLER 175-001 ACA Swift Water Rescue (1 Credit) Instructor: Limit 15 Assistant: Lab Fee $50.00 Start Date: 8/22 End Date: 8/24 This course is aimed at trip leaders, boaters paddling on more challenging whitewater, and anyone desiring opportunities to develop their rescue skills. Critical judgment and rescue awareness, impacting both personal and group safety, are emphasized throughout the course. Although new skills may be taught, this class focuses on developing judgment and applying skills in rescue scenarios. Scope and content of the course will vary, based upon participant needs, interests and experience. Classroom/Lab Dates: Friday to Sunday, August 22-24 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Class is a combination of Classroom and On-Water time. Lab Fee covers cost any transportation from SJC main campus, supplies, and equipment. Fee is non-refundable after first day of class.

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