Continue Your Training
- Basic Training Courses
- IS-100.b - Introduction to Incident Command Systems
- IS-200.b - ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
- IS-700.a - National Incident Management System, An Introduction
- IS-701.a - NIMS Multi-agency Coordination System (MACS)
- IS-702.a - NIMS Public Information Systems
- IS-703.a - NIMS Resource Management Course
- IS-800.b - National Response Framework
- Advanced Training Courses
- Hazardous Materials Awareness Certification (8 Hour) - Classroom Only
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation·- Automatic External Defibrillator Training (Healthcare Provider) - Classroom Only
- ICS-300 - Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents - Classroom Only
- ICS-400 - Advanced ICS Command and General Staff for Complex Incidents - Classroom Only
- Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness Training
- IS-1 - Emergency Manager: An Orientation to the Position
- IS-546.a - Continuity of Operations Awareness
- IS-235 - PDS - Emergency Planning
- IS-240 - PDS - Leadership & Influence
- IS-241 - PDS - Decision Making & Problem Solving
- IS-242 - PDS - Effective Communications
- IS-244 - PDS - Developing & Managing Volunteers
- Other Courses
Got a point? An epiphany? Words of wisdom? Pearls of knowledge?
Send your emails here: LESAR Board of Directors and we'll review it! If it's applicable, we will post it and we can ALL learn from it!
- Make it unique. Many of you will will want to post the same idea with a slight twist. Maybe in time we can add a comments section to it for you to add on, but for now, just make original postings with original ideas.
- It can be about anything in the SAR world: tactics, advancements, innovation, Ground, K9, Mounted, Air, Water, etc.
- Make it a page or two. Not too lengthy, but also, if you need the space, be detailed too.
- Make references with links if you want. But hopefully to links that will be up months from now when others try then to access them.
Rules: Make it a honest, acceptable, politically correct posting. All postings are subject to LESAR BODs (Board of Directors) review and can or may be pulled at any time.
Prepare for the worst. Hope for the best. by Dana McGuire
How To Join a Search And Rescue Team by Dana McGuire
Lost Person Behavior Author unknown
Search and Rescue Packs by Dana McGuire
Victims are what we depend on by Dana McGuire
- LESAR Downloads
- Search and Rescue (SAR) Dog Informational Links
- Education for SAR Dog Handlers
- SAR Dogs - Function and Deployment
- Understanding Search Dogs
- Interested in Canine SAR?
- In Search of Human Scent
- Operational Search Dog Development: The Foundation
- SAR Canine Legal Updates and Opinion
- Water Search with Dogs
- Forensic Evidence Canines
- Crime Scene Guidelines for Forensic Canine Handlers
- Canine Stress
- Search and Rescue Related Links
- The Polly Klaas Foundation Website
- Klaas Kids Foundation
- Institute for Canine Forensics (ICF)
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR)
- SAR Info Site
- Lost Person Behavior
- The Suburban Search Process
- K9 First Aid
- Red Cross
- Critical Incident Stress
- Emotional Health Issues For Disaster Workers
- Critical Incident Stress Information and Coping