Robin Nesbeda, LLC
Location: LLBean Mountain Center
Newry, ME 04261 - United States
Dates: 10/2/2020 - 10/4/2020
The Open Recertification course is open to graduates of any wilderness-based first aid training course that was at least 64 hours long and completed within 3 years of the proposed recertification option. Successful graduates of this course will receive Wilderness Medical Associates’ Wilderness First Responder, Anaphylaxis, and BLS/Healthcare Provider-level CPR certifications. WMA WEMS graduates with a current EMS license may also recertify the wilderness portion of their WEMS certification with this course.
**If you are using this course to recertify a WMA WEMS certification it is your responsibility to let the sponsor know when registering, and to inform the instructor on the first day of class.**
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Price: $375 – Includes Room & Board (Cabin stay & 3 meals a day, plus snacks, coffee & tea) on our 300- acre property with hiking trails and streams. Camping available on site as well.
$325 staying off-site for just the course, with lunch, coffee & tea included. Camping and lodging available in nearby area of the Mahoosuc Mountains and Bethel, Maine.
Discounted prices for current HIOBS Staff as identified. Please e-mail if you’re unsure of the staff rates.
Deposit: $125 for the Open Recertification to hold a place. Full payment is due 14 days before the course start or your spot may be given away.
When registering, please indicate in the comments section:
- If you require lodging (this is needed for our payment system)
- If you have any dietary restrictions
If you do not indicate these preferences, it will be assumed you are paying the fee for lodging and you do not have any dietary restrictions.
Please click here and fill out the form to let the sponsor know of your interest in the course. Someone from the sponsoring organization will be in touch to let you know if there is space in the course and to complete your registration. Filling out this form does not guarantee your spot in the course.
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