Advanced Trails Program: Climbing and Rigging
This specialized course is for selected Trails Program Coordinators requiring technical training in climbing and rigging. Topics include climbing and rigging applications in trail projects, climbing and rigging tool and equipment, rigging applications and theory, climbing and rigging safety, knot tying, climbing techniques, rigging sets, skyline and haulback line layout, highleads and direct pulls, setting bridge stringers, griphoist applications, and mechanized winch applications.
|Department Participants:||Job-related training for employees assigned with lead responsibility in the operational coordination of a District's trail program and have completed BTPMM, ITPMM, and ATPMM (Park Maintenance Worker I-II, Park Maintenance Supervisor, Park Maintenance Chief I, State Park Ranger, Supervising State Park Ranger, State Park Superintendent I-II, Associate State Park Resources Ecologist, Associate Landscape Architect.)|
|Non-Department Participants:||Personnel assigned with lead responsibility in the operational coordination of a trail program and have completed BTPMM, ITPMM, and ATPMM. Call for program cost. |
|Program Length:||40 hours|