Over the two day time span students will learn practical strategies for assessing injuries while in the wilderness and the appropriate responses. Students can expect to spend part of the course indoors for lecture and discussion, coupled with as much time outdoors as possible for hands on learning and practice.
This course also meets the requirements for a WFR Refresher.
After successful completion students are certified for 2 years by the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI), and will also received an American Heart Association approved CPR card that is also certified for 2 years. This course meets or exceeds the minimum requirements for most CPR and first aid training needs.