Wilderness First Aid (WFA) - Eastside

Want this valuable knowledge but don't want to drive to Sand Point to get it? Catch this WFA offering with indoor sessions in Issaquah on Saturday-Sunday April 30-May 1 and scenario practice in the evening May 9 in Renton.
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The Mountaineers Wilderness First Aid course (formerly MOFA OR Alpine First Aid) consists of two parts. To finish the course and receive the Wilderness First Aid badge, participants must complete both of the following:

WFA Wilderness First Aid  - two 8-hour lectures

WFA Scenarios -  a 2-3 hour hands-on scenarios practice session 

To register, go to https://www.mountaineers.org/about/branches-committees/foothills-branch/committees/foothills-first-aid-committee/course-templates/wilderness-first-aid-wfa-foothills/wilderness-first-aid-wfa-foothills-2016.

Wilderness First Aid is taught by experienced wilderness and emergency medical providers from Remote Medical International (RMI). The course includes an independent certification that is recognized nationally. Your course fee covers the cost of this instruction.

WFA Scenarios is a hands-on practical session at an outdoor location to test your skills after completing the Wilderness First Aid course.   The Foothills Branch scenario session will be held Monday evening May 9. Completion of the lectures and the scenarios session are required to receive your badge in the Mountaineers system. You may not do these out of order.

 Subsidies are available to active Foothills leaders - contact the course leader to inquire about whether you qualify for subsidies for this course. 

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