Transceiver training (Sandbanks) 13th November 2022

£75.00

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In our training sessions, you will learn how to be well prepared and use your avalanche safety equipment. This concentrates on the role of the avalanche transceiver plus the shovel and probe.

By the end of the training you will feel able to recover a victim in around 5 minutes.  You will also understand about the best way to use a probe and how to dig the victim out.

We will supply you with three memory aids to take away

  • The Pocket Guide to Accident Reduction
  • The HAT Safety Rescue Card
  • The Ortovox Safety Academy Booklet

Event Details

Meet at the Sandbanks Beach Cafe, Banks Rd, Poole BH13 7QQ

Date: November 13, 2022

Start time: 11:00

End time: 14:00

Venue: Sandbanks Beach

Coordinates: 50.688815, -1.937787

Directions: Meet at the Sandbanks Beach Cafe, Banks Rd, Poole BH13 7QQ

Phone: 07974 762346

Email: hat@henrysavalanchetalk.com

Pocket Guide to Accident Reduction

HAT off piste skier pocket guide

Safety Rescue Card from HAT
 

Safety Rescue Card

Ortovox Safety Academy Book

What we will cover

In this session, you will learn how to be well prepared and use your avalanche safety equipment. This concentrates on the role of the avalanche transceiver plus the shovel and probe. By the end of the training you will be able to recover a victim in around 5 minutes.  You will also understand about the best way to use a probe and to dig the victim out.

Each event runs from 1100 to 1400

What you will get from the session

We provide you with a comprehensive introduction into how to use an avalanche transceiver to recover a buried victim. By the end of the session you will be recovering buried transceivers within our target time of 5 minutes. If you go out off-piste in a group and you have not had this training (or equivalent), you are increasing the risks for your friends that they may not be recovered within the 15 minute period in which the buried victim remains alive and breathing.