Upcoming 2019 events

Hi all, the below events are scheduled for the next few months, registration method will be posted soon, and emailed to all individually… 19 to 20 October in Hintertux, Austria Instructor OET refresher 15 to 17 November in Hintertux, Austria OEC and OET refresher (all European Patrollers) 7 December in Stuttgart, Germany OEC refresher only

LAST 2019 DIVISION OEC REFRESHER CYCLE C

7 December 2019, 9:00-18:00, at the Stuttgart High School (Bldg 3080, Room 1.96.2) on Panzer Kaserne (U.S. military installation), in Böblingen, Germany Navi info:   Panzer Kaserne Main Gate, Panzerkaserne 2901, 71032 Böblingen |  GPS:  48.686934, 9.044053  |  Stuttgart HS directions Non US ID Card holders:  Follow your Escort from the Main Gate to the High School. This

Swiss Alps 100 Aug 2019

Dear Patrollers! Please join us and make your commitments now to support the 3rd Swiss Alps 100 endurance run. Key information: Dates: Friday 16th until Sunday 18th August Location: 3985 Münster VS, Switzerland First volunteers will arrive on Thursday 15th with a dinner and race briefing from 20.00 A second briefing will be held on

2019 OEC Summer refresher

Division OEC Instructor’s Standardization  Clinic & OEC Refresher Cycle C 2019primarily for OEC Instructors, OEC Instructor Candidates/Interns for standardization and preparation for the upcoming season. However, OEC Technicians who cannot make it to any other OEC Refresher Cycle C event in 2019 are welcome too.Where: Panzer Kaserne (U.S. military installation), Böblingen, GermanyTime: NLT 9:00-18:00 To get

2019 MTR 1 Course

The dates and location for the MTR 1 this year have been finalized.  It will be held over Easter (Thurs 18th – Mon 22nd April) in canton Wallis in Switzerland in Herbriggen/St. Niklaus and up at the Täschhütte at 2700m. Apologies to those who cannot make it – the Doodle survey and some direct responses

What a great 2019 MTR 1 training event at the Taeschhuette, near Zermatt. 12 NSP patrollers and instructors spent the Easter weekend up at 2700m to train and learn on Mountain Travel and Rescue (MTR) techniques . Our guide Ruetschi Pollinger, over the 4 days brought our members up to speed on the latest techniques