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Brief Description
Basic Wildland Search Skills
Full Description
Developed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the Basic Wildland Search Skills Course teaches the most basic skills needed to conduct searches in the wildland environment. Topics covered in this course include, basic search organization (Incident Command System), communications, search techniques, attitude and safety. This course concludes with a field exercise to practice the type 3 search technique (grid search) discussed in the classroom. Graduates of this course will receive a “Green Card” which will identify them as having successfully completed this course. This course is also a prerequisite to other more advanced search courses offered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Designed for:  Fire service personnel

Course Length: 8 hours

Prerequisite:   None

Course number: 01-05-0008

Course Location(s): Locally via Outreach
Training Dates
10/19/2023 - 10/21/2023
Training Authorization Letter (TAL)
Registration Dates
08/05/2023 - 10/19/2023
Available Seats
8h 0m
None Specified
Training Location
59 - Wayne County
Sodus Center Fire Department
Reporting Instructions
None Specified

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