NSP European Division
Mountain Travel and Rescue Training Weekend
Garmisch Partenkirchen, DE
March 23-25, 2018
Course number: U005180005, 06, 07, 08
Who should attend:
1. The MTR1 course for Alpine patrollers, MTR instructors who need to refresh, and MTR instructor interns that need mentoring.
2. The MTR Fundamentals, which is MTR1-lite open to Basic patrollers who are not Alpine patrollers because there is not a ski or snowboard requirement, and there is no vernight provision.
3. The MTR Enhancement Seminar for those who have done MTR1, and just want to refresh their skills and take part in training.
4. The MTR Clinic open to non-NSP members as there are no prerequirements.
Note: non-NSP members cannot receive NSP course credit.
Registering for the course(s):
Log-in to the NSP.org website
- In the Box that says Division Name type EUR and press the Find button>
- Sign-up for all the courses that are relevant, i.e. U005180001, 02, 03, 04
- Those wishing to do the MTR1 or MTR Fundamentals (students and instructors) must also complete the online FEMA Incident Command System 100.b course (#U014180001).
In fact, while you're in the online training mode, it will be a future benefit to you to also complete the Incident Command System 200.b (#U014180004) and 700.a (#U014180003). All 3 ICS courses are mandatory for MTR 2 and some AVA courses. How and where to register for these courses is indicated in the Comments/Remarks section of each course offering.
Arrive Friday afternoon/evening. Meet at the Hausberg Lodge in Garmisch.
Training on Saturday and Sunday. MTR1 requires an overnight stay in the campground.
Further details to follow.