Wilderness First Aid (WFA)
July 8, 2023 8:00 AM –5:00 PM
Adult, Child and Infant CPR; proper use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and treatment for choking.
Emergencies can occur at any time. Do you have the training and skills to manage the unknown?
Join us at 10,000 feet at the Colorado Mountain Man Survival School for a truly valuable learning experience! This 18-hour interactive course is designed for anyone who spends time in the wild or for anyone who has an interest in improving their medical skills. For class, bring a comfortable chair, clothing suitable for cool weather conditions, a notebook, a headlamp and a strong desire to learn. Day and night scenarios are a critical learning tool for this material. All classes are conducted rain or shine, so come prepared!
- Basic Anatomy and Physiology
- Patient Assessment Skills
- Recognizing and Treating Soft Tissue Injuries
- Muscle and Bone Injuries
- Head and Spinal Injuries
- Thermal Injuries
- Recognizing and Treating Shock
- Medical Emergencies in the Wild
- Bites, Stings and Envenomation’s
- Environmental Exposure
- Emergency Carries
- Improvised Litters
- Medical Kit Mentality
For an additional fee, you may stick around after class for CPR training and certification.
Due to the different levels of prior experience and knowledge among students in each class, individual outcomes may vary. Weather conditions can also be a factor in changing class content slightly. Nonetheless, our instructors will always endeavor to be as accommodating and consistent as circumstances will allow to ensure students get the best training experience and value for money.
Ful details at the "Official Website" below.
Also Occurs On
- Saturday, July 8
- Sunday, July 9