- Please RSVP with the contact Training leader to aid in planning.
- Check out a suggested gear list for an idea of what to bring on a snow training.
- For insurance purposes, every participant of a TNSAR training must sign on for a civil defense card issued through the Office of Emergency Services (OES). Placer County is the local issuing agency for the card; if you need to sign on please call the sheriff's substation in Tahoe City for more information. Members of other Search and Rescue Teams (with current California State OES Card) may be welcome; please check with the training leader.
- A nice training refresh is Randall's Map and Compass presentation, which you can find here.
- If you provide a training, or otherwise require a reimbursement from TNSAR (for lunch subsidy, equipment purchase, etc), please use this form for reimbursement.
- For training leaders, please fax a training log to Katrina Kane at 530.889.7866 after each training.
- The TNSAR garage is located at 223 Fairway Drive in Tahoe City, behind the Chevron station.
- For trainings down in Auburn check out the 2011 Search and Rescue Technician (SARTEC) course schedule, offered through the Placer County Sheriff's Office. JUNE 8 (Sat) -- OHV TRAINING
- Where: Boreal Resort
- When: 8:00am Team Garage
- Contact: Dick Hilly (use current callout list for phone #)
|Come out and work on GPS usage, Map & Compass, Mobile Repeater Deployment, Rider-to-rider comm system, ELT Equipment training and search and potentially helicopter skills in an OHV setting.|
Training is an essential part of the Team's activities--new skills are learned, old skills honed, dormant skills rewakened. Please arrive at the garage ready to depart. Noted times are for departure. Be sure to come to the Team trainings equipped with personal gear--specialized equipment can be borrowed from the Team truck. The Team Garage is located at 223 Fairway Drive, Tahoe City behind the Chevron Station.