Licensed Training Company: Gut-Z Journey
Location: June Lake, CA 93529 - United States
Dates: 8/24/2022 - 8/28/2022
Tucked away at the base of 10,909-ft Carson Peak, June Lake is a charming mountain hideaway in the spectacular Eastern Sierra region of California. The class will be held at the June Lake Community Center. With nearby access to climbing and camping galore, it’s an outdoors paradise and the perfect place to learn and practice your skills.
The Hybrid WFR requires approximately 30 hours of online, computer-based, pre-course work prior to participating in 40+ hours of in-person learning over the course of five (5) days. The Hybrid WFR is for all types of learners, including those with prior medical training. The online, pre-course learning modules are designed with multiple learning preferences in mind. Interactive videos, readings, self-practice assignments, quizzes, and case studies prepare students to apply the curriculum during in-person drills and scenarios. Students are expected to have a working knowledge of computers and access to high-speed Internet. Please review the minimum technology requirements for the hybrid WFR below before registering for the course. Students must register four to two weeks before the in-person course date to receive access to and adequately complete the required online pre-course work. Students are encouraged to register and begin online pre-course work in advance of the required deadlines. All students must complete all pre-course work prior to arrival on course.
Students must be at least 18 years old to participate. Certain course sponsors may set a higher minimum age or establish other requirements consistent with their program. No previous medical training is required.
Minimum Technology Requirements Include: A Computer with Internet Access. a PDF Reader, Anti-Virus Software, and Internet Browser (latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge), and access to High-Speed Internet.
Prior to enrolling in a course, please review our Functional Position Description. The criteria set forth in this document allows students to self-assess their ability to meet the demands of both a WMAI course as well as the demands of a certified wilderness medical provider in the field.
Gut-Z Journey takes the safety of students very seriously. Facial masks and gloves will be worn during hands on drills in class. When possible, courses will be conducted 100% outdoors. Certain courses may require vaccinations when there are long periods indoors times (during winter months). You can learn more about specific course protocols at gutzjourney.com.
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