Technical Rope Rescue – Operations Level

The TRR:OL course prepares rescuers to effectively handle low angle and assist high angle emergency situations where rope and cable systems are required.


This 3-day course provides participants with the fundamentals of rope rescue in the low-angle environment. Participants learn and practice skills such as preplanning and size-up of rope rescue operations, knots, anchor systems, belay operations, ascending and descending lines, mechanical advantage systems, patient packaging & litter attending. Participants learn how to safely navigate low-angle or over-the-bank rescue situations and assist rescuers in high-angle environments.

This Rescue 3 International training course provides a 3-year certification and online access to the Rescue 3 International certified members page.


  • Minimum age: 18.


  • First Due Low Angle (FDLA)
  • Technical Rope Rescue Operations Level (TRROL)

Recertifed by

  • Technical Rope Rescue Operations Level (TRROL)
  • Technical Rope Rescue Technician Level (TRRTL)
  • Rope Rescue Operator (RRO)
  • Rope Rescue Technician (RRT)
  • Rope Rescue Specialist (RRS)

Course Length

3 Days

Course location

Locations vary


14,995 THB

***Please note that the date listed on the calendar is the starting date of the course***

    Is this course for me?

    If you want the skills to handle emergency situations using effective rope systems, this is the course for you!

    What will I learn?
    • NFPA Standard
    • Rescuer safety
    • Personal & team equipment
    • Equipment care and maintenance
    • Pre-incident plan
    • Scene Size-up
    • General hazards
    • Incident management system
    • On-scene safety breifing and site control
    • Introduction to ropes, knots and technical gear
    • Knots
    • Bends
    • Hitches
    • Tied harnesses
    • Anchorage
    • Verbal commands
    • Placing rope protection
    • System safety check
    • Belay systems and operations
    • Tensioning systems and mechanical advantage
    • Ascending and descending (low angle)
    • Patient packaging and litter management
    • Rappelling (high angle)
    • Raising and lowering system (low angle)
    • Attending the litter (low angle)
    • Raising and lowering system (high angle)
    • Rope rescue special problems
    What is included?

    Instruction, lunch, water, insurance, coupon for 20% off anything at the CMRCA adventure store, one-day bouldering gym pass, and discount on additional courses.

    What is the required equipment?
    • climbing or fire helmet
    • leather gloves
    • work boots, hiking boots, or appropriate footwear
    • long pants or coveralls
    • personal climbing or rescue harness
    • appropriate protective clothing for weather conditions

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