Course Info


Date:

6/10/2019 - 6/13/2019

Location:

Lake Clear, NY 12945 - United States

Course Materials:

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Host:

La Vida Adirondack Expeditions

Contact Info:

Nate Hausman
978-867-4887
Nate.Hausman@gordon.edu

Course Description


Summary:

The WAFA to WFR Bridge course upgrades the Wilderness Advanced First Aid to a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) in 4 days. This course must be taken within 3 years of receiving the WMA International WAFA certification or an equivalent from another provider. The WFR is the definitive medical training course for all outdoor professionals and enthusiasts. This course may be used as a recertification for those holding a current WFR certification or equivalent from another provider whose original WFR training was at least 64 hours in length. Current WMA International Wilderness EMTs may also use this course to recertify the wilderness portion of their certification.

**If you are using this course to recertify a WMA WEMT if is your responsibility to let the sponsor know when registering, and to inform the instructor on the first day of class.**

Directions:

http://www.gordon.edu/lavida/contact/

Room and Board:


Lodging

Please indicate below in the comments section if you will need on-site housing.

Course Only: $450

Course with Room & Board: $650

Course with food only: $500

Course with camping on property and meals: $500

To get the most out of the training, participants are encouraged to stay right at La Vida's facilities. Limited space is reserved for participants in various guest cabins. Cabins do not have heating, but do include restrooms with showers, quiet study space and basic linens. Participants should bring own sleeping bag or warm blankets and towels.

Food

For those who include the cost of food in their fees, meals will be provided starting with breakfast MOnday morning through dinner on Thursday. Course-only participants can find affordable food at any number of local eateries in the Village of Lake Placid or Saranac Lake.  Please provide information on food allergies or eating restrictions.

Meals, snacks and cofee are provided in total cost for visitors staying at the course location. For students staying off-site, food can be provided for an additional fee. Please indicate in the comments section below if you plan to stay at the La Vida base camp property and need meals during the course, as well as listing any food restrictions or allergies.

Instructors


  Instructor Name Location Certifications
David Meade David Meade

New York

ALS

Registration

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