Duration: 40 hours
This Comprehensive course teaches first aid and CPR techniques for those who spend a lot of time in isolated or wilderness settings. The course covers material in Standard First Aid & CPR, plus strategizes for providing extended care for more than 24 hours. Part of the course is taught in an outdoor setting (1 over-night supervised session) so the students can put some of their new found skills and knowledge to work supervised by Experienced Military and Medical Emergency Personnel.
100% attendance & skills participation
- Trip Planning
- Caring for yourself
- Airway emergencies
- Breathing and circulation emergencies
- Cardiac and respiratory arrest (includes CPR-C)
- Wound care
- Head and spine injuries
- Sudden medical emergencies
- Environmental emergencies
- Extended care
- Evacuation: transporting the ill or injured person
- Bear and Wildlife Awareness
- Shelter Building
- Fire Building
- Tool Safety
- Activating Rescue and Emergency Personnel
- Students will attend two days in class going over survival concepts, first aid concepts, and activities to prepare for their over night excursion.
- They will develop a trip plan and create a list of gear they would bring and pack for their trip.
- They will create a meal plan related to their trip.
- On day 3/4 (returning home on day 4) they will camp out over-night locally and supervised. (Must supply your own tent). During this time there will be plenty of activities for the students to put their skills and knowledge to work and practice.
- Day Five will be a review and fun challenges outside for the group to participate in and have their family's cheer them on.