JANUARY 4 to 8, 2017
Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
We are offering a hybrid course that requires home study and testing prior to attending a five-day practical session. More information about Hybrid DLP courses
A collaboration between The Wilderness Medicine Training Center (WMTC) and the Outdoor Program.
Registration Deadline: December 18th, 2016
Location: Student Recreation Center – Boise State University
Fees: BSU REC Member: $595 early registration (before November 22nd, 2016) / $625 late registration
BSU REC NON- member (General Public): $650 early registration (before November 22nd, 2016) / $675 late registration
Wilderness First Responder is the industry standard for wilderness medical training and is designed specifically to provide you with the tools to make critical emergency care and evacuation decisions in remote locations. Course topics include, but are not limited to: trauma: wound management, realigning fractures and dislocations, improvised splinting techniques; environmental: allergies, hypo & hyperthermia; medical: gastrointestinal, infections, cardiac and respiratory conditions, patient monitoring and long-term management and care. The course is taught in a hands-on manner with an emphasis being placed on planning, prevention, and decision-making. Please contact the Outdoor Program if you would like more information. 208-426-1946
Current EMTs can also register for our WEMT module to upgrade their urban EMT to a Wilderness EMT (WEMT); while the practical session is the same for both WFRs and WEMTs, the WEMT website and tests contain more detailed anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology and WEMTs are held to a higher level of mastery during the practical session.
To Sign up please call 208-426-1946 – Outdoor Rental Center
1pm to 7pm – Closed Wednesday and Sunday