Wilderness First Aid Course - SOLO
Join SOLO's Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Certification Course at Aspen at Manchester!
Following the success of our first course, we are now accepting reservations for new dates!
Sign up for our upcoming courses!
April 17 & 18, 2021
May 15 & 16, 2021
This course is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast and for those interested in learning more about managing medical emergencies in the back country setting.
This 16-hour (2 day) course encompasses basic first aid training, as well as a focus on:
Response and Assessment
Soft Tissue Injuries, and
Reach out to our Guest Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (802) 362-2450 to reserve your spot today! Hurry, spots are limited.
Course Length: 2 Days
WFA Cost: $275, per person (includes lodging with onsite amenities)
CPR Cert/Cost: Additional $40 per person for CPR training and certification - please kindly confirm if you would like to add a CPR course upon reservation
Certifications Received: 2-year WFA Certification (nationally recognized); also CPR Certification if added upon reservation
Safety: This course will be limited to a total of 12 students + 1 instructor in our open spaces, with proper social distancing and disinfecting measures in place to ensure everyone's utmost safety.
To fully prepare for the WFA Certification Course, we ask students to bring:
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
- At least 2 Face Masks (cloth, surgical, N95 or KN95) that fully cover your nose, mouth and chin
- Disposable Gloves
- Eye Protection (glasses, goggles, face shield)
- Hand Sanitizer
- A backpack filled with what you would typically bring on a day hike
- Layered Attire/Clothing (Hat, Mittens, Jacket, etc.)
- Water Bottle
- Proper Footwear (closed toe shoes)
- Parachute Cord
- Ground Cloth or small tarp
Aspen at Manchester will provide additional face masks, hand sanitizers, disposable gloves, and water for all trainees.
"Accidents happen. People get hurt, sick, or lost. The temperature drops, the wind picks up, and it starts to rain. Would you know what to do? Many backcountry emergencies are preventable, and even when bad things happen, sometimes the wrong care can make things worse. By learning a few basic skills, you can make the difference between a good outcome and a bad one-and maybe even save a life." (from SOLO - learn more via this link).
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