Wilderness First Aid at  Program Center - Tacoma Oct-Nov - 2015

First Aid Course

Wilderness First Aid (WFA)

Wilderness First Aid At Tacoma Program Center

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Course Requirements The Wilderness First Aid class is typically a fast-paced, two-day course with 8 hours of instruction each day. The course is based on short lectures, labs and realistic practice scenarios. Students are provided ample opportunities to master the central concepts and skills of wilderness medicine along with the confidence to use it in a real setting. This Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is approved by the Tacoma Climbing committees as a means for Basic/Intermediate Climbing and Alpine Scrambles to meet their wilderness first aid requirements as an alternative to Mountaineering Oriented First Aid (MOFA). Basic Climbing and Alpine Scramble students are encouraged to register for, and complete, the WFA course as soon as their schedule allows.   The course certification by Remote Medical International is valid for 2 years and is recognized world-wide by the American Mountain Guides Association, the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, the US Government, as well as other major outdoor programs.

Course Requirements The Wilderness First Aid class is typically a fast-paced, two-day course with 8 hours of instruction each day. The course is based on short lectures, labs and realistic practice scenarios. Students are provided ample opportunities to master the central concepts and skills of wilderness medicine along with the confidence to use it in a real setting. This Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course is approved by the Tacoma Climbing committees as a means for Basic/Intermediate Climbing and Alpine Scrambles to meet their wilderness first aid requirements as an alternative to Mountaineering Oriented First Aid (MOFA). Basic Climbing and Alpine Scramble students are encouraged to register for, and complete, the WFA course as soon as their schedule allows.   The course certification by Remote Medical International is valid for 2 years and is recognized world-wide by the American Mountain Guides Association, the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, the US Government, as well as other major outdoor programs.

Badges you will earn:

Course Requirements
Course Activity Date Availability Leader
Wilderness First Aid (RMI)
Tacoma Program Center
Sat, May 14, 2016 -
Sun, May 15, 2016
Registration closed May 13
14 participants
2 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Sat, Sep 24, 2016 -
Sun, Sep 25, 2016
Registration closed Sep 23
0 participants
1 instructor
Tacoma Program Center
Sat, Oct 8, 2016 -
Sun, Oct 9, 2016
Registration closed Oct 7
1 participant on waitlist
0 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Sat, Sep 30, 2017 -
Sun, Oct 1, 2017
Registration closed Sep 29
1 participant
0 instructors
WFA Scenarios
Tacoma Program Center
Mon, May 16, 2016
Registration closed May 15
15 participants
4 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Mon, Sep 26, 2016
Registration closed Sep 25
4 participants
3 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Mon, Oct 10, 2016
Registration closed Oct 9
2 participants on waitlist
3 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Wed, Sep 27, 2017
Registration closed Sep 27
10 participants
4 instructors
Tacoma Program Center
Tue, Oct 3, 2017
Registration closed Oct 3
0 participants
3 instructors
Roster
Required Equipment

Wear comfortable clothes and dress according to the weather. You will be outside part of the class time.

Bring lunch, snacks or can eat at nearby restaurants. Starbucks down the street.

Note pad, pencel or pen

 

 

Course Materials

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