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College of the Siskiyous - Avalanche Level I

Dates: Mar 1, 2019;

Price: $23

Avalanche Level I taught to the American Avalanche Association standards. You will find this course in the school catalog under FIRE 9125. Matt Hill and Dennis Campbell are the instructors.

Price of course is determined by school registration fees and costs / credit hour.

Level I Avalanche - 3344 - FIRE 9125 - 01

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Shasta Mountain Guides - AIARE Level I Avalanche Seminar

Dates: Feb 8, 2019;

Price: $395

The Level I is a 3 day AIARE certified course. We will hold both class and field sessions to provide ample opportunity to learn the fundamentals of traveling in avalanche terrain. Certificate received upon completion.

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A3 Avalanche I Course

Dates: Dec 28, 2018; Jan 5, 2019; Jan 19, 2019; Feb 16, 2019; Mar 8, 2019;

Price: $425

Develop the basic foundation for understanding avalanche hazards and developing safe travel practices in avalanche terrain. 

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Avalanche Awareness Presentation in Medford

Dates: Dec 13, 2018;

Price: $0

Learn what to Know Before You Go into the backcountry during the winter including how to recognize the clues to avalanche danger along with some basics on safe travel in the backcountry.

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Companion Rescue Beacon Clinic

Dates: Dec 8, 2018; Jan 5, 2019; Feb 2, 2019; Mar 2, 2019;

Price: $0

Avalanche transcievers, or beacons, are the best tools we have to find someone buried in an avalanche. Join us and learn how to use one and effectively carry out a companion rescue.

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Snowmobile Avalanche Workshop

Dates: Jan 12, 2019;

Price: $0

The Mt Shasta Avalanche Center is proud to announce an avalanche awareness and companion rescue class specifically for SNOWMOBILERS!

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Avalanche Awareness Presentation

Dates: Dec 7, 2018; Jan 4, 2019; Feb 1, 2019; Mar 1, 2019;

Price: $0

Learn what to Know Before You Go into the backcountry during the winter including how to recognize the clues to avalanche danger along with some basics on safe travel in the backcountry.

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