This course is a practical course with an emphasis on making good decisions by staying calm and safe, doing good patient assessment, establishing efficient communication channels and providing proper leadership to the group. This 16 hour class will give the students ample time to practice their first aid and leadership skills in an outdoor setting. This class will focus on practicing skills and covering patient assessment, shock and bleeding, head and spinal injuries, wounds, musculoskeletal injuries, heat and cold illnesses, and much more. The course will provide outdoor scenarios to practice and refresh first aid skills. The students will gain some good tools and knowledge to handle a wilderness first aid emergency. Successful completion of the class includes a Wilderness First Aid certificate.
A current Annual Health and Medical Record parts A,B&C are required for this course.
Dates: June 14-15, 2014
Cost: $105 Additional $25 if Philmont Certificate is needed.