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You will learn:

  • How to assess and manage injuries caused by force as well as non-traumatic illnesses, common medical conditions, and small wounds.
  • Current legal considerations for care and risk management procedures.
  • To use field portable medical supplies and available resources to provide emergency care.
  • Complex evacuation planning skills with special emphasis on long-term patient care.

 

Wilderness First Aid 90 – The Advanced Course

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Do you know how to disinfect water, or help someone with heart conditions or anaphylaxis?

If not, you may be unprepared to take care of other people in the wilderness. Fortunately, our Wilderness First Aid 90 certification for wilderness first responders will cover these topics and many more.

Who it’s for: Those whose responsibility to others demands a high level of decision-making skill including guides, educators, park wardens, scientific expedition leaders, intrepid adventures, etc.

What you’ll gain: The confidence and tools necessary to make critical medical and evacuation decisions for wilderness trips where there may be complex, difficult evacuations and delays.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to assess and manage injuries caused by force as well as non-traumatic illnesses, common medical conditions, and small wounds.
  • Current legal considerations for care and risk management procedures.
  • To use field portable medical supplies and available resources to provide emergency care.
  • Complex evacuation planning skills with special emphasis on long-term patient care.

Program Length: 90-Hours

Blended Delivery Type: Slipstream’s Online Campus + Hands-on Workshop

  • 45 Hours Online Campus both pre and post Hands-on Workshop
  • 5-Day Hands-on Workshop where participants will engage in hands-on practical first aid techniques, scenarios and evacuation exercises.

Content: Illness, chronic medical conditions; such as asthma, seizure disorders, heart conditions, environmental illness; such as ticks diseases, hypothermia, acute sudden illness; such as anaphylaxis, heart attacks, strokes, and trauma head concussions, shoulder dislocations, spine injuries, ankle sprains. Refer to The Topic Menu for complete course content.

Over 25 dates and 8 locations to choose from: REGISTER NOW

More than you need? Learn about our Wilderness First Aid 50 – The Essential Course here:

 

 

 

Wilderness First Aid 90 – The Advanced Course

Awfa-header

Do you know how to disinfect water, or help someone with heart conditions or anaphylaxis?

If not, you may be unprepared to take care of other people in the wilderness. Fortunately, our Wilderness First Aid 90 certification for wilderness first responders will cover these topics and many more.

Who it’s for: Those whose responsibility to others demands a high level of decision-making skill including guides, educators, park wardens, scientific expedition leaders, intrepid adventures, etc.

What you’ll gain: The confidence and tools necessary to make critical medical and evacuation decisions for wilderness trips where there may be complex, difficult evacuations and delays.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to assess and manage injuries caused by force as well as non-traumatic illnesses, common medical conditions, and small wounds.
  • Current legal considerations for care and risk management procedures.
  • To use field portable medical supplies and available resources to provide emergency care.
  • Complex evacuation planning skills with special emphasis on long-term patient care.

Program Length: 90-Hours

Blended Delivery Type: Slipstream’s Online Campus + Hands-on Workshop

  • 45 Hours Online Campus both pre and post Hands-on Workshop
  • 5-Day Hands-on Workshop where participants will engage in hands-on practical first aid techniques, scenarios and evacuation exercises.

Content: Illness, chronic medical conditions; such as asthma, seizure disorders, heart conditions, environmental illness; such as ticks diseases, hypothermia, acute sudden illness; such as anaphylaxis, heart attacks, strokes, and trauma head concussions, shoulder dislocations, spine injuries, ankle sprains. Refer to The Topic Menu for complete course content.

Over 25 dates and 8 locations to choose from: REGISTER NOW

More than you need? Learn about our Wilderness First Aid 50 – The Essential Course.

Register Now