Advanced Wilderness & Remote First Aid Recertification
| Course Details |
RED CROSS ADVANCED WILDERNESS & REMOTE FIRST AID RECERTIFICATION
DURATION: Minimum 20 hours
SETTING: OUTSIDE! Mother Nature permitting. Unique to each course scheduled.
SCHEDULING: Unique to each course scheduled.
CERTIFICATE: Red Cross Advanced Wilderness & Remote First Aid with CPR-C/AED
VALIDATION: Certificate is valid for 3 years.
| Pre-Requisites |
Recertifications are a means to re-evaluate the participant’s knowledge of the content and skills. It is NOT a course to re-teach the content. If the participant cannot pass the knowledge evaluation and skills check list independently they may be asked to take full course training again.
| Red Cross Course Content List |
Skill evaluation of (not re-teaching):
1. CPR, choking, AED
2. Spinal immobilization
3. Helmet removal
4. Improvised C-Collars
5. Hypothermia wrap
6. Splints, slings, bandages
7. Femur injury management
8. 2 medical scenarios, 2 injury scenarios, 1 long term care scenario
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“This was by far the BEST first aid course I have ever taken in my life. The way she builds her scenarios are unique and realistic. And having to do this course outside made this even more lifelike…”
– Jean-Simon Lessard
Canadian Armed Forces
“Back40’s Wilderness first Aid should be required for all residents of Saskatchewan! If you work in remote areas, camp, fish, hunt, farm, hike, bike, walk n the city or drive on grid roads, you will find this training relevant, and potentially life saving. Typical first aid is a lot of reading, not much practice and often leaves you feeling more nervous than before. Back40’s Wilderness First Aid spends the majority of your time actually practicing skills, which not only benefits your skill level by being able to do it better, but it also boosts your confidence in your ability to apply first aid.”
Erin Tomlinson – Resource Management Technician, Meewasin Valley AuthorityEryn Tomlinson
“…Highlights for me were the authentic and sustained scenarios, repetition of the full assessment sequence and the forms. I will be putting waterproofed copies in my pack!…”
– Daryll Sewell
North Corman Park Search & Rescue
“…we do not only do it for ourselves, but for others that also enjoy the backcountry. It’s hard to understand the importance until you or your friend are the ones in need of help and find yourself questioning your actions…”
– Beau Drieschner
Saskatoon Search & Rescue