Residents of Central Texas live in an area of "feast or famine" with regards to the water flow in rivers and streams. This workshop will cover the dynamics and dangers of local flash flooding and how to avoid becoming a statistic.
Material covered will include:
- What to do, and what NOT to do in a flash flood.
- Why it's best to avoid swift water, but what to do if you or your vehicle is swept away.
- The rescue role of local emergency services and their training and capabilities.
This workshop is being presented by Captain Jay Horton who has 27 years of experience as a fire department swift water rescue instructor.
Registration opens approximately 3 weeks prior and closes 1 week prior.
To register for this workshop:
- Sign in to your SAP Portal
- Click on the Training and Development tab
If you require special accommodations to participate, please call 245.7899 at least 72 hours prior to the event.
Go to https://ibis.sap.txstate.edu:50001/irj/portal to register on-line and click on the Training and Development tab. Locate this workshop in the Course Catalog under Personal Effectiveness