COURSE CODES

COURSE CODE DIRECTORY

The Course Code Directory (CCD) is resource for information consisting of the codes referenced for specified courses under general category classifications.  The CCD is essential in the assignment of course management systems.

 

 

CODE #

 

Directory Reference Code Categories

 

 
01-IRR ICE RESCUE Ice rescue responder, Snow, Avalanche, Winter Training
02-MWR MOVING WATER Swift moving water, Swiftwater, flood waters, surf, swell, current
03-HPB HUMAN PROPELLED BOAT Rafts, SUP, Paddle craft, floats
04-RTR ROPE – TECHNICAL RESCUE

 

Access, Rope or Line systems, technical rescue, high angle or low angle,
05-PBR POWER BOAT Inboard, Outboard, water jet, electric, fuel, diesel powered
06-HWS HEAVY WATER

 

Big wave safety, extreme risk environments or specialized training and safety coordination
07-AES AQUATIC EVENT

 

Aquatic event safety and management practices and training needs. Course Marshal PWC Officiating training
08-ACS AVIATION CREW Helicopter crew safety
09-IPQ INSTRUCTOR Instructor Professional Qualification education
10-NIO NIGHT OPERATIONS Night operation training for specialized disciplines
11-MFA MEDICAL-FIRST AID CPR, Basic to advanced first aid, EMT, and Paramedic services
12-YMT YOUTH MENTORSHIP-TRAINING Youth from the ages of 4 to 18 years of age prior to becoming a legal adult, mentorship
13-PST PUBLIC SAFETY

 

Public safety agency training, search and rescue, volunteer teams, disaster response, general training for safety
14-ANR ANIMAL RESCUE Domesticated, wildlife, livestock, exotic animals, reptilians, mammals
15-AIM ADULT – INSTRUCTOR MENTORSHIP Adult education, mentor or leadership programs
16-FPS

 

FILM PRODUCTION SAFETY Water safety and technical safety support for the film industry in a variety of services
17-CIS

 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY Technical and safety training that serves the construction and commercial industry on a variety of projects
18-MST MILITARY

 

Military safety, operational or mission profile training for land to waterborne divisions
19-LET LAW ENFORCEMENT

 

Law Enforcement Officers (LEO); police, sheriff, warden, harbor officer, inspector, border patrol, search and rescue
20-ALT AQUATIC LIFESAVING Water safety: lifeguards, lifesavers, SCUBA,
21-CST COMPETITION SAFETY TRAINING Novice, Expert, Professional safety
22-FRS FIRE RESCUE

 

Fire rescue services for fire personnel who are appointed to a specific discipline
23-TRV TERRAIN RESPONSE VEHICLE All-terrain vehicles including snowmobiles
24-WST WINTER SAFETY TRAINING Avalanche, snowshoe, fishing
25-URP UNMANNED ROBOTIC PRODUCTS UAV and unmanned boats and lifesaving devices
26-SME CONSULTANT-SME EXPERT Consultation on projects or program development, court expert
27-VER VEHICLE SURVIVOR EXTRACTION AND RECOVERY Survivor in vehicle extraction and recovery. Applied to ice, standing and moving water, vehicle over the side of roadway

 

HOURLY BREAKDOWN

Listed below are the training hours applied to Rescue Canada accreditation

 

ACCREDITATION CRITERIA

 

1 One hour of classroom Course Work is considered 60 minutes of recorded time
1 One hour of in-person field training Course Work is considered 60 minutes of recorded activity time
4 Four hours minimum of in-person field training Course Work is considered 1 day, or 4 hours of recorded time
4 Four hours minimum of classroom Course Work is considered a half day or 4 hours of recorded time
4 Four hours minimum of on-water post- qualification Training is considered 1 day of recorded log book for skill-based conformity records to maintain skills for qualification compliance
8 Eight Hours minimum of on-water Qualification training Is considered 1 day of recorded log book for skill-based conformity records to acquire license compliance: as noted in class fulfillment outlines

 

 

 

Posted: April 25, 2021

 

 

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