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Wilderness First Responder Re-Certification + CPR/AED (18 Hours)
April 18 @ 8:00 am - April 19 @ 5:00 pm$250
This course is open to anyone with a current Wilderness First Responder certification and backed by SOLO, the longest running school of wilderness medicine in the world!
Refresh your memory with our Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Recertification course. This intensive two-day course covers the standard WFR curriculum as well as new wilderness protocols. This course is designed for students whose current WFR certification is due to expire. The WFR Recertification is fast-paced, incorporating a traditional classroom session with hands-on practical skills scenarios to help you maintain the confidence to make critical medical decisions in a wilderness setting.
Wilderness First Responder is a three-year certification. Students are advised to re-take the full WFR course after three re-certifications. This course includes CPR/AED. A current CPR certification is required to keep your WFR valid.
N7905 County F, Birchwood, WI 54817
$250 due by Monday, March 29th
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Experienced SOLO instructors
On-site camping available
WFR and CPR/AED coursebooks
WFR and CPR/AED certification cards
WHAT DO I BRING?
Your gear should include what you’d need for a multi-day backpacking trip, including sleeping pads, trekking poles, and weather-appropriate clothing. A recommended gear list will be provided.
IS THERE AN EXAM?
DO I GET CERTIFIED?
Yes. Your SOLO WFR certification is good for three years.
Meet your instructor:
Nick Gordon, Nationally Registered Wilderness EMT, is the owner and lead guide for NOW Outdoors. He teaches more than a dozen adventure recreation courses for UW-Milwaukee and teaches for both the SOLO School of Wilderness Medicine and American Heart Association. Since 2009, Nick has been teaching and guiding wilderness adventure, medicine, and survival programs throughout the Midwest and abroad including Nepal, Canada, Peru, Brazil, Cambodia, and deep in the Amazon Jungle.