Licensed Training Company:
Wilderness Medicine Leadership
Sea Education Association
Location: Falmouth, MA 02536 - United States
Dates: 12/3/2023 - 12/9/2023
The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the ideal medical training for outdoor educators, wilderness guides, members of the military, professional search and rescue teams, wildland firefighters, researchers, and those involved in disaster relief. The course provides essential training in wilderness medicine, leadership, and critical thinking for professionals and leaders working and traveling in outdoor, low-resource, and remote environments. The WFR curriculum is both comprehensive and practical and involves a minimum of 70 hours of instruction when taught in the United States (hours vary slightly in other countries). During the course, students learn the essential principles and skills required to assess and manage medical problems in isolated and extreme environments for days and weeks if necessary. To earn certification, students must meet the criteria set forth in our Functional Position Description as well as the minimum WFR performance and testing standards by the last day of course. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a Wilderness First Responder certification and certification of CPR taught to an equivalent health care provider level.
Note: This course is recognized by the American Camp Association. (ACA) to meet specific ACA standards requiring certifications.
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Room and Board:
Housing is available in dormitory style cottages on the SEA campus for a maintenance fee of $25 per course (not per night).
Light breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon snack are provided. Dinner is not provided, cottages include access to a kitchen.
Please click here and fill out the form to let the host know of your interest in the course. Someone from the hosting 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.
|Deborah Hayes||RI, United States||NREMT, WEMT, MPIC|