Injuries on the mountain? Do you have the skills and gear to confidently stabilize someone? What about packaging and transporting out? Could you maintain a patient if you had to overnight?
Could you hold your cool in a dozen or more scenarios?
Could you stabilize a broken pelvis or femur with the gear in your pack and your environment?
What about dealing with shock?
I am looking for 8 people that are keen to spend 3-4 days in a Wilderness First Aid course
COMPLETELY CUSTOMIZED FOR MOUNTAIN SNOWMOBILERS.
I am considering April and/or July. So far I have received interest from the Crowsnest Pass and Edmonton.
Please email me. Until I know the level of interest, the number of days to cover the curriculum and the facility costs I won’t be able to give out a price. My best guess is between $600 (no certificate, fewer days) – $1200 (certificate, 4 days). We can influence the curriculum based on the group’s interests and needs, i.e. whether we want an industry recognized certificate or a completely customized course.
Many of you can write this safety training off. These skills are transferable to all areas of your lives….work, family, summer play and winter play. Every 3 years backcountry guides re-certify their ~80+ hours of Wilderness First Aid Training. Initial training is great but without refre