WFR and WAFA Recertification
Multiple day-long indoor classes: includes CPR and two-year certifications
- Where: Course meets at La Quinta Inn, Moab, UT
- When: February 26, 2014 through February 28, 2014
- Number of Days/Nights: 3 days
- Time: 8-5 daily
- Group Size: Minimum 10, maximum 30
- Cost per Person: $320; fee does not include meals or lodging
- Deposit: $125 nonrefundable. Full balance due 30 days prior.
Course meets and exceeds Utah River Guide license requirements. Utah state requirements can be found at: http://stateparks.utah.gov/resources/boating/commercial. Please check with YOUR employer regarding level of certification needed. This course fills up early. For more information on recertification from other programs or for the full schedule of WMI courses, call 1-866-831-9001 or WMI/NOLS at http://www.nols.edu/wmi/. Special lodging rates from La Quinta Inn, mention you are enrolled in this course. Other camping, hostel and motel options, pet care and other travel information at Travel Council site: www.discovermoab.com.
Recertify your WAFA or WFR with the Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS.
Built on the national pre-hospital care standards of the Wilderness Medical Society and Department of Transportation First Responder courses. WMI offers this course with a two-year re-certification for Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and Wilderness advanced first aid (WAFA) and Wilderness EMT. Includes two year CPR. This course may be used to recertify current Wilderness First Responder and Wilderness EMT (wilderness portion only) and Wilderness Advanced First Aid certifications: WMI, NOLS, SOLO, OPEPA, WMA and WPT. There will be a written examination at the beginning of this course. If you have a certification from another company or are expired please contact WMI directly (not CFI) to discuss your options.
Meets requirements for Utah River Guide Type I and II licensing (and more than meets requirements for Type III and IV licensing.) Please contact your employer for company requirements and see below for recertification options.
Backcountry emergencies are markedly different from those occurring in urban settings. The possibility of prolonged evacuation dictates that training conveys the knowledge and skills required for medical stabilization and rescue. Wilderness professionals, guides, rescue team leaders and members are ethically and legally held to high standards of competence and performance. Their work often presents difficult problems in medical and rescue procedure, and related questions of liability. Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS offers integrated curriculum covering all three of these important aspects of wilderness care.
REGISTER for this RECERT course through CFI: 1-800-860-5262.
For more information on recertification from other programs or for the full schedule of WMI courses, call 1-866-831-9001 or WMI/NOLS.