Wilderness First Aid
The Wilderness First Aid course is designed for the outdoor recreationists/enthusiast, people that work in remote or rural areas or those that just like to be outside of the city which puts them miles from a medical facility. Examples include: hikers, skiers, hunters, climbers, rafters, fishermen, farmers, foresters, ranchers, boy/girl scout leaders or small communities where the EMS system may not be able to respond immediately to an emergency. This course will teach participants how to deal with common injuries, illnesses, and emergencies.
The book is required and available to purchase on our website or at Clark County Fire District 5's facility: Wilderness First Aid- Emergency Care for Remote Locations: 5th edition (Emergency Care and Safety Institute AAOS) The minimum age requirement is 16.
Class Length: 16 hours (two 8 hour days)
Please note: A minimum of three students is needed to conduct this course. If the minimum student count is not met, the class will be cancelled