Emergency First Aid
In 8 hours, participants learn how to provide first aid for life
Standard First Aid
In 16 hours, participants learn how to provide first aid for life
threatening emergencies, injuries, some medical emergencies.
Includes level A (adults only), level C (infants, children, adults).
Included in CPR classes, participants receive training on how to use an Automated External Defibrillator.
Wilderness First Aid
Is designed as an introduction to wilderness emergency care, the goal being to equip participants with the basic knowledge and skills to adapt first-aid techniques to the demands of wilderness locations.
Advanced Wilderness First Aid
Is designed for the unique demands of remote settings, introducing you to backcountry medicine and wilderness medical protocols.
Wilderness First Responder
The curriculum for this course is written in-house by a team of remote medical rescue researchers and professionals. Ongoing evidence based research and review contributes to a unique and innovative approach to patient care in backcountry and austere settings. The curriculum is comprehensive, complete, and kept current on an annual basis. This is the most current and cutting edge course of any first response medical training (urban or remote) in the world.
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