Donald Willis, a professional big game guide from Alaska, was a student in Remote Medical International’s recent Wilderness First Responder course held in Discovery Park in Seattle. Don was “seeking the most comprehensive wilderness class possible”, and enrolled in RMI’s course after his research suggested it would fit the bill.
After completing the course, Don sent me an email praising the instructors, the course and his experience. He wrote in the email:
I cannot stress the amount of knowledge and professionalism I experienced during my training. The instructors – Kate Earl, Phoebe Robinson, Carrie Parker – were seamless throughout our time in the classroom and wilderness training scenarios from beginning to end. Their knowledge greatly exceeded my expectations in every regard… Their positive reinforcement and extreme passion were carried over to every aspect of our training, to my fellow classmates, emboldening my respect. These instructors not only exceeded my expectations, but are simply passionate about what they are instructing, taking a very personal interest in each of their students… It is rare to find training of this nature for both the complete and comprehensive information, and to compliment it with staff of the caliber of these three instructors, specifically. I wish to acknowledge that these instructors are examples to be followed, not only from a highly instructional and knowledge-based standpoint, but as genuinely quality individuals, who should be recognized for their commitment to Remote Medical International. Thank you for the unique experience and acquired skill-set that would not have been possible without RMI and these tremendous instructors.
If you want to take an upcoming Wilderness First Responder course, and experience our comprehensive wilderness training, and awesome instructors, please visit our WFR website to see our upcoming schedule of courses.