Wilderness First Responder Class
The WFR is an in-depth look at patient assessment, traumatic injuries, environmental topics, and medical emergencies. A comprehensive class with far more hands-on practice than a WFA, the WFR includes CPR and epinephrine administration certifications. Graduation from a WFR turns an EMT into a Wilderness-EMT. Learn more about obtaining three hours of college credit for your WFR, not to mention 70 hours of EMT CEUs, from our curriculum provider, NOLS Wilderness Medicine.
Students consistently report that highlights of their Wilderness First Responder course included an extended night scenario, a Mass Casualty Incident, and interactive classes on everything from dressing a blister to dealing with appendicitis in the backcountry.
Learn more and enroll at wildernessrescuetraining.com/wfr/