logging in or signing up k9 search and rescue the french organisa dominiquegrandjean Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 535 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (1) Dislike it (0) Added: May 19, 2009 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: Colonel Dominique GRANDJEAN Chief Veterinarian and K9 Technical Advizer Paris Fire Brigade - France K9 search and rescue The french organisation Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs Lost people (Tracking) Disaster search Area search Avalanche Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs MISSION « The search for burried or lost people » POSITIONS CHIEF OF K9 UNIT [CYN2] - Chief of dog teams during missions (?2) - Training of dog handlers DOG HANDLER [CYN1] - Maintenance of the dog - Training of the dog - Driving of the dog during missions K9 TECHNICAL ADVIZER [CYN3] - Advizer of the Fire Dept Director - Organisation of training for CYN1 and 2 - Management of dog teams and kennel - Chief of dog teams during missions (? 3) Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs TRAINING : CYN 1 MODULE A MODULE C 15 hours No dog Pre-training 6 months maxi Dog : 2 to 18 months Youth training 26 hours + x months First Aid Obedience Dexterity Search Follow up 40 hours General knowledge Mission engagement Analysis of problem CYN 1 ?6 months Follow up 1 to 3 victims FINAL PRACTICAL EVALUATION Dog’s ability to search, find and mark Handler’s ability to drive the dog Handlers ability to take and comment mission Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs TRAINING : CYN 2 Theory « The K9 Unit Chief must be - able to drive his dog - able to be part of a complex task force - able to command SAR dog teams - able to train SAR dog teams - able to participate to dog teams evaluation » Practice 60 hours ? Exam 20 hours of training sessions as trainer under control of other CYN 2 et CYN 3 in less than 6 months ? Practical Evaluation Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs TRAINING : CYN 3 National Training « Technical Advizer for - Fire Dept Director - Rescue Mission Commanding Officer Advizer - Chief of K9 Units during a mission - Administrative and technical responsible for k9 SAR 28 hours theory ? Exam Practical training to Coordination of large missions ? Practical Evaluation Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs NATIONAL K9 POPULATION Fire Dept K9 SAR Teams ˜ 400 Gendarmerie K9 Tracking + Avalanche Teams ˜ 100 National Police K9 Tracking + Avalanche Teams ˜ 80 Ski resort non profit Avalanche Teams ˜ 120 ˜ 2500 missions/year Search and rescue dogs : Search and rescue dogs PROJECTION ON DISASTERS French Civilian Security (Homeland affairs) sends « D.I.C.A. » on disaster sites when requested by the country where it happens 60 fire fighters + 3 dogs specialized groups : medical, water, dogs (12 dog teams, 1 veterinarian) Non Gouvernemental groups (…) No control No certification Slide 9: Questions ? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.