Wilderness EMT Upgrade

Course Info:


4/23/2018 - 4/27/2018




Naivasha, - Kenya

Course Materials

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Savanna Medics

Contact Info:

Amol Kulkarni

Course Description:


Training for medical personnel who would like to enhance their skills and experience for use in the rural, wilderness, and technical rescue setting. This course is popular with all levels of medical professionals but primarily geared toward pre-hospital EMS providers.

The WEMT curriculum builds on EMS training and expertise to meet the special challenges of the remote and unconventional environment. It is designed for medical personnel working in rural EMS, search and rescue, law enforcement, disaster response, and on wilderness expeditions. Like all WMA International training, it represents the best application of the available science balanced by considerable clinical experience and the reality of providing medical care in difficult and dangerous places.

Room and Board:


Course set in an exquisite campsite in the African Savanna with a taste of local flavours

On site camping



 Instructor NameLocationCertifications
David Johnson David Johnson

Georgia & Maine

President & Medical Director
Wilderness Medical Associates

Emmanuel Kazi Emmanuel Kazi



Mike Webster Mike Webster

Advanced Care Paramedic, Masters degree in Disaster Management

Contact Sponsor for Enrollment Info

Payment and Fee Policies

10% Discount  on or before 9th March 2018

Course can be combined with  safaris and adventure travel in East Africa. 

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