Wilderness first aid course coming to FOR

by | Jul 7, 2017 | Outdoors

A two-day, hands-on class teaching how to save life and limb during the critical minutes or hours before ambulance/hospital arrival is taking place July 15 & 16 at Friends of the Rappahannock in Fredericksburg.

Participants will earn the SOLO WFA 2-year certification, approved by the ACA, BSA, GS-USA, BCUNA & more. There are no prerequisites to take the course.

The course includes twenty hours of instruction, including wilderness/remote travel injuries, long-term patient care and the Patient Assessment System (PSA).

Space is limited. The course costs $185 and is available for adults and focused youths ages 12+.

he instructor is Matthew Rosefsky, Geo Medic, Wilderness EMT, CERT, MRC. For more info or to register, contact (434) INJURED or www.solowfa.com

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