Trossachs search and Rescue Team was formed in 1998 and currently consists of 46 members – all volunteers.
To become a team member all members start as trainee members and face a minimum of 12 month probationary period during which they undertake training and competency in the following subjects before becoming operational:
Team members are also trained in PPE Inspection and Maintenance, Powerboat Operations, Water Awareness and 21 team members are Scottish Ambulance Service First Responders.
Membership of the team is gender balanced and there is no difference to the responsibilities, duties or skills across both genders.
Our members come from all walks of life bringing various different skills to the team. Many of our members are also employed full time in the emergency services and military. We have Paramedics, Ambulance Technicians, Ambulance Care Assistants, Police Officers, Firefighters and Nurses whose skills we can call upon during training and at incidents.
Other members which bring valuable skills to the team include civil servants, administrators, powerboat and water sport instructors, chefs and gardeners.”
We are very proud to support Trossachs and their amazing rescue dogs!
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