Search and Rescue of the Northern Adirondacks holds field and skills training the first Wednesday of each month (except July) at 6 p.m. Anyone, of any skill level or interest level, is welcome to attend. If attending a field training, please be prepared to be in the elements for up to two hours.
Active members of SARNAK are required to attend half of all team meetings and trainings each year. Prospective members are required to attend three consecutive training sessions to be considered for membership. Prospective members can contact the training officer to arrange alternative options if three meetings in a row is not possible.
For more information on specific training dates, times and locations, contact the Training Officer using the contact form on the home page or through the SARNAK Facebook page.
Sept. 6, 2017: Type III search training, Corey’s Rd. area, Tupper Lake
Oct. 6, 2017: Pack test, Vermontville
Nov. 1: Cold weather training, gear requirements and hypothermia treatment
- NASAR Pack List (recommended items, but not all are required)
- Water Knot
- Figure Eight
- Rescue Knot Tying Video