Because our last post has enjoyed great interest, and there were many questions about instructor rope rescue trainings, we’ve decided to let you in a bit more on the topic. First of all, you have to start with the fact that both battlefield rescue as well as effective operational and military field operations require matering rope techniques, at least in the basic scope. The ability to climb, tie nodes, or get off, for example, helicopter platforms will not be possible without proper training in rope rescue techniques.
Of course, rope rescue trainings are widely used in the military field; all types of uniformed services, such as firemen, policemen or border guards are trained in courses of such kind, so instructor rope rescue training can prove very useful in their further professional path. It is also worth mentioning that a number of works at heights also require appropriate training and certificates confirming skills in rope rescue techniques. So, it is hardly surprising that training in this area and acquiring the right skills in high altitude rope rescue techniques is also enjoying an increasing interest among our clients.