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Wilderness First Aid Jan 21 & 22

16 Hour WFA and an OSHA approved First Aid/CPR certification.

  • Ended
  • 265 US dollars
  • 4311 Attawa Ave #100, Sacramento, CA 95822

Service Description

This 2-day, 16 hour course is designed for folks who travel far away from medical services. If you hunt, fish, hike, paddle, or ride in remote areas, the skills in this class will help you prepare for, avoid, and manage emergencies in the wilderness. Wilderness First Aid Curriculum Includes: -Medical/Legal Considerations -Patient Assessment System -Major and Minor Trauma -Medical Issues in the Backcountry -Environmental Hazards -Communication -Moving Patients -Documentation In addition to a 16 hour Wilderness First Aid certification from NASAR, this course features a Cal-OSHA approved First Aid/CPR certification and a California Epinephrine Auto-Injector Administration Certification. About your instructor: Over the last decade, Ryan Armstrong has held roles such as K-12 educator, professional whitewater, backpacking, rock climbing, and snow camping guide, and EMT in the Emergency Department (ED Technician). For the last 5 years, he has been teaching Wilderness First Aid and Wilderness First Responder across the West Coast, while moonlighting as a filmset medic and water safety professional. His favorite part about teaching Wilderness First Aid is getting to know his students and creating a learning environment that prepares them for the real world.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds will not be given within 14 days of each course.

Contact Details

(916) 526-3683

Sacramento, CA, USA