Wilderness First Aid Course Offered

Solo Schools Wilderness First Aid ClassHave you ever worried about what to do when emergency care is far away? The Tutorial Center at Smokey House is pleased to be sponsoring two Wilderness First Aid courses.  The first one takes place on Feb 27 and 28, is aimed specifically at high school students. The second course, on March 1 and 2, is open to young people and adults of all ages.

This two-day, introductory course provides knowledge and hands-on practice in prevention, recognition, and treatment of backcountry injuries and illnesses. Taught by SOLO instructors, WFA certification is provided upon completion of the course.

This is course is a must for teachers, group leaders, coaches, and outdoor enthusiasts as well as for student athletes and leaders. Students benefit, along with the practical skills, from the academic connections to biology and anatomy, health, and PE. The course develops skills in leadership, problem solving, and self-­‐confidence, and it’s a great resume builder.

Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course at The Tutorial Center at Smokey House is a two-day, sixteen-hour introductory course that provides knowledge and hands-on practice in prevention, recognition, and treatment of backcountry injuries and illnesses. Taught by SOLO instructors, WFA certification is provided upon completion of the course.

When:
Thurs. Feb. 27 & Fri. Feb. 28 – 9:30-5:30
(Note: The Thu.Fri. class is aimed at high school students and young adults. Limited space available.)
Sat. Mar. 1 & Sun. Mar. 2 – 8:30-4:30

Where:
The Tutorial Center at Smokey House Center
426 Danby Mountain Road, Danby, VT 05739

Cost: $195 – including course tuition, WFA book, snacks and lunch

For information and registration: Contact Juanita Burch-Clay using this convenient form:

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