NASAR Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is a 16-hour course is a practical 16-hour course that explains wilderness hazards and trains you to treat injuries and other emergencies in the wilderness. It includes classroom instruction, hands-on skills, and role-playing scenarios, covering topics including:

  • Patient assessment
  • Heat illness
  • Hypothermia
  • Frostbite
  • Dressing for survival
  • Going to high altitude
  • Sunburn & sun protection
  • Lightning
  • Water disinfection
  • Bugs, snakes & bears
  • Marine hazards
  • Hazardous plants
  • Medical emergencies in the wilderness
  • Wilderness wound care
  • Creative bandaging
  • Bone & joint injuries
  • Splinting – how to improvise
  • Head & spine injuries: assessment & decision making

Details

Cost:
$190 - includes textbook and lunch
Instructor:
Bob Ruzewski, Fayette County Sheriff Tactical Search and Recue
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