ANENA training: avalanche rescue (Savoie)
from 60 € / p. from 4 to 8 personsInfos & Booking
In partnership with the ANENA (National Association for the Study of Snow and Avalanches), I offer this training course with the objective of acquiring good practices and becoming autonomous in avalanche rescue. It is for anyone who wants to evolve in a snowy environment, snowshoeing, ski touring or off-piste skiing.
This day takes place in Savoie, in the Beaufortain massif, in Beaufort-sur-Doron or Hauteluce.
After this course, you will be able to organize an avalanche victim rescue with your group and to manage a simple multi-victims avalanche situation.
We will cover all the key notions necessary to carry out your next outings in snowy environments:
- Carry and assemble your equipment with efficiency.
- Participate in the group's avalanche beacons search and rescue test.
- Use the basic functions of your avalanche beacon.
- Search for and locate one or more buried victims with the avalanche beacon.
- Free a buried person using a specific technique.
- Implement the proper conduct in case of an avalanche accident.
- Pass on an alert to rescue professionals.
- Determine the strategy to adopt in the situation.
- Conduct the rescue operation.
- Welcome the professional rescue workers.
For this day you can bring the following items:
- Safety equipment (avalanche beacon*, metal shovel, probe).
- Snowshoes and poles.
- Clothing and accessories:
- Waterproof jacket.
- Thermal layer (down jacket or fleece).
- Adapted pants (type of ski touring, cross-country skiing, mountaineering).
- Leggings if necessary.
- A pair of warm gloves and a pair of light gloves.
- Hat (and / or neck warmer).
- Sun cream.
- Notebook and pen for taking notes.
- Drink / food :
- 1 liter water bottle and / or thermos,
- Picnic to take out of the bag.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you need more information ("INFOS & BOOKING" button).
* Read beforehand the instructions of your avalanche beacon if you are not familiar with the model. Check the battery level (preferably new).
- 9am: Meeting in Beaufort-sur-Doron or Hauteluce, depending on the snow conditions (about 25 minutes drive from Albertville).
Welcome and presentation of the day's objectives.
- 9.15am - 10am: Theoretical basis in the classroom.
- 10am - 11.30am: Use of the avalanche beacon, single victim search, probing, shoveling and first aid.
- 11.30am - 12.30am: Avalanche scenarios.
- 12.30am - 1.30pm: lunch.
- 1.30pm - 2pm: Morning briefing then multi-victim search.
- 2pm - 4.30pm: Workshop and organization of research in teams and multi-victim scenario.
- 4.30pm - 5pm: debriefing of the day.
The price includes
- Supervision by the mountain leader.
- The educational materials developed by ANENA.
The price does not include
- Transport to the place of departure.
- Personal drinks.
- Anything not mentioned in "The price includes".
No scheduled departure, but you can contact me to book your dates.Infos & Booking