Wilderness & Remote First Aid
The Wilderness First-Aid class prepares the participant to be able to assess and stabilize an injured victim until help arrives when help could be delayed thirty minutes or more. In a remote location, knowing what to do in an emergency situation can be the difference between life and death. The training is critical for anyone participating in or leading groups in outdoor recreation activities. Earn American Red Cross Wilderness & Remote First-Aid Certification.
This course will provide the student, as a layperson, the education and confidence they need to effectively provide emergency care. These emergencies include assessing the victim for the need of CPR, AED, Shock, Bleeding, Burns, Head injuries, Chest injuries, Bone injuries, Poisoning, Bites and Stings, Cold and Heat related emergencies, Behavioral emergencies, Wilderness First Aid, and Disaster preparedness.
Leave No Trace Trainer
Examines the impacts of human activity on the outdoor environment, specifically lands used for backpacking, hiking, and camping. Addresses the history of the philosophy of Leave No Trace movement, regarding sustainable backcountry and “at-home” practices, visitor demands and resource management challenges.
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