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Old 11-17-2009, 05:21 PM
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I'm an industrial rescuer and have had the opportunity of taking both the ROCO courses and the GRIP rescue courses. If you're a firefighter, I highly recommend the ROCO course, though the $5K price tag is a little steep, when they say 120 hours of corse, it's a week and a half of hard training in high angle/confined space/ and rope access rescue. Best I've taken. The Grip was great for industrial settings and doesn't focus so much on rescue in a firefighting scenario, not to mention only $2K.

By far the ROCO courses are the best, but having to travel to Baton Rouge and stay for a few weeks to get all your training is expensive; however I'm now a FULLY certified on-shore rescue attendant and it's worth every penny.
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