This 80-hour WFR course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to respond to backcountry medical and trauma situations. Students will learn patient stabilization, treatment, and evacuation with special attention to extended patient care. Students who would benefit from taking a WFR may include trip leaders, international travelers, and those doing extensive field work in remote locations. Upon successful completion students will receive a SOLO WFR completion card valid for 3 years.
Visit the Outdoor Adventure Center for program details and to register.