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Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Course - $600.00

Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the industry standard for backcountry trip leaders, camp counselora, mountain guides, river guides, and ski guides. This course is also great for people curious to learn more about emergency response in remote location. You will leave this course ready to make critical medical and evacuation decisions in remote locations. You will also learn the standards for extended patient care.


This 9-day, 72-hour course will be taught by two highly experienced SOLO Florida instructors. The course will meet at The Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE) (1441 Bledsoe Drive).


Basic CPR Certification is included in the registration price.


There will be a mixture of classroom lectures and realistic scenarios in the outdoor setting (regardless of weather). Come prepared for a hot and rainy environments.


Course Topics Include:

- Patient Assessment

- Wound Care

- Realigining Fractures & Dislocations

- Hypothermia & Hyperthermia

- Patient Evacuation

- And MORE!


Feel free to contact Amber at amberl@recsports.ufl.edu with any questions that you may have.

Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the industry standard for backcountry trip leaders, camp counselora, mountain guides, river guides, and ski guides. This course is also great for people curious to learn more about emergency response in remote location. You will leave this course ready to make critical medical and evacuation decisions in remote locations. You will also learn the standards for extended patient care.


This 9-day, 72-hour course will be taught by two highly experienced SOLO Florida instructors. The course will meet at The Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE) (1441 Bledsoe Drive).


Basic CPR Certification is included in the registration price.


There will be a mixture of classroom lectures and realistic scenarios in the outdoor setting (regardless of weather). Come prepared for a hot and rainy environments.


Course Topics Include:

- Patient Assessment

- Wound Care

- Realigining Fractures & Dislocations

- Hypothermia & Hyperthermia

- Patient Evacuation

- And MORE!


Feel free to contact Amber at amberl@recsports.ufl.edu with any questions that you may have.

Program Offerings

May 5-13, 2018
Spring 2018

21 spot(s) available
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