Licensed Training Company:
Lucy Tate, EMS
Location: Thorne Bay, AK 99919 - United States
Dates: 3/23/2022 - 3/29/2022
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.
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