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Date Wednesday  2/26/2014
Group Denver
Event Title AIARE Level 1 -Session 2
Status Approved
Member Price Free
Available Participants 1
Type Members Only (Programs/Education)

Location

Lectures on February 26 & 27 held at AMC, Golden

Time: 6:30-9:30 PM



Field days held at Berthoud Pass.



Instruction by: CMC Level 1 Certified Instructors and Markus Beck, AIARE Level 1

Certified Course Administrator of Alpine World Ascents



Field Instructors include CMC Level 1 trained Assistants as well as Senior

CMC Level 1 Instructors.



Field Ratio of Instructors to Students: 1-6





For more info Contact

Tom Creighton, School Director



720-3200-5805


Details

AIARE Level 1 Avalanche School

Tom Creighton, Director at tecreighton@msn.com



Session 2: Lectures February 26 & 27at AMC, 6:30-9:30 PM

Field Days March 1 & 2 at Empire Community Center& Berthoud Pass, 8:00AM – 5:00 PM

Fee for Session 2: $240 Denver members; $250 non-DG members

Standard CMC Denver refund policy applies



If you participate in winter activities such as Ice or Snow Climbing, Backcountry Telemark or Tour Skiing, Ski Mountaineering or Snowshoe in the backcountry, you want to know what AIARE Level 1 training can do for you. If you want to become a Backcountry Winter Leader this class is required for certification of all DG Backcountry winter trip leaders after September 30, 2011. Field days will be held IN AVLANCHE TERRAIN. Probe techniques and beacons will be used as components of Companion Rescue. Students need to have their own beacon, shovel, probe; rental of the avalanche package may be made from local gear retailers.

“Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain”

Level 1 is a 3 day/24 hour introduction to avalanche hazard management that:

• Provides a basic understanding of avalanches

• Describes a framework for decision making and risk management in avalanche terrain

• Focuses on identifying the right questions, rather than on providing “answers”

• Gives lessons and exercises that are practically oriented, useful, and applicable in the field



Learning Outcomes:

• Plan and prepare for travel in avalanche terrain

• Recognize avalanche terrain

• Describe a basic framework for making decisions in avalanche terrain

• Learn and apply effective companion rescue



Leaders: Want to save some $$ and commit to backcountry trip leadership or assisting with ATA or AIARE in the future? Contact: Linda Lawson

lkl14er@comcast.net



Notes




Sorry it is past the registration deadline for this event.