This is a nationally recognized program that trains participants to respond to emergencies in remote settings.
The 80-hour curriculum includes standards for urban and extended care situations. Special topics include but are not limited to: wound management and infection, realigning fractures and dislocations, improvised splinting techniques, patient monitoring and long term management problems, up-to-date information on all environmental emergencies, plus advice on drug therapies. Emphasis is placed on prevention and decision-making, not the memorization of lists.
This course is designed specifically to provide you with the tools to make critical medical and evacuation decisions in remote locations. Half of your time will be spent completing practical skills, case studies and scenarios designed to challenge your decision making abilities. The WMI Adult & Child CPR is included in this course.
- This is an 80-hour class. The class will meet each day from 8:00AM to 5:00PM and there will be two evening sessions and one full day off in the middle of the course. Further details of the class schedule (which days will have evening sessions, and the day off,) will be discussed by the instructor with the class on the first day.
- When class is full you may email email@example.com to be placed on the waitlist. Please include your name, preferred daytime phone contact and email address.
- We do not have a schedule for our next WFR class at this time. We host this class during our Winter Break and are currently planning for early 2014 between the Fall and Spring semesters.