Wilderness First Responder

$650.00

WFR Mountaineers Member price: $600

NOTE: Mountaineers Member price is available to people who have an annual membership with the Mountaineers, which is verified upon registration. Individuals who are registering as “public” will need to become a “Guest Adult” member, which is free and instructions are available at www.mountaineers.org/membership.

May 25 – June 3, 2018
Mountaineers
Seattle, WA

To register, please go here.

Sale Unit: EA SKU: WFR6712 Categories: , ,
Please note that this course is scheduled by an external organization and cannot be purchased through this site

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Wilderness First Responder Description

The 80-hour Wilderness First Responder certification is considered the standard medical certification for guides, trip leaders, outdoor educators, and anyone working or playing in remote areas. RMI’s Wilderness First Responder emphasizes decision-making, hands-on skills, and the theoretical knowledge necessary to function in remote areas. This training also provides a strong foundation for students to progress on to more advanced levels of training.

Our curriculum is developed based on recommendations from the Wilderness Medical Society combined with the collective experience of our remote-area paramedics. CPR for the Healthcare Provider is included in the course. Please note that food and lodging are not provided for WFR courses.

Course Sponsor: The Mountaineers

Location:
The Mountaineers Seattle Program Center
7700 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115

To register, please go here.

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External Registration

Yes

Location

Seattle, WA

Start Date

5/25/2018

End Date

6/3/2018

Course Host

Seattle Mountaineers

Website

https://www.mountaineers.org/about/staff/committees/staff-first-aid-committee/course-templates/wilderness-first-responder-staff/wilderness-first-responder-staff-2017

Phone Number

(206) 521-6000

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