NOLS Wilderness Advanced First Aid and Wilderness First Responder Recertification Course

Photography by Kirk Rasmussen

Re-certify your existing WFR or WAFA through the Wilderness Medicine Institute!

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This course is run by the NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute. Please visit NOLS Wilderness Medicine for detailed information about recertification, questions about curriculum, course documents, or other course content. 

 

Through a partnership with Canyonlands Field Institute, The NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute offers this course for a recertification for Wilderness first responder (WFR) and Wilderness advanced first aid (WAFA) licenses. This course may also be used to recertify the wilderness portion of a Wilderness EMT.

To be eligible for recertification you must possess a current (unexpired) WFR certification from a provider whose WFR course is a minimum of 70 hours.

The course takes place at the Moab Valley Inn. Food or accommodations are not included within course fee.

Location:
Moab Valley Inn
Dates:
February 21, 2024 through February 23, 2024
Duration:
3 days
Group Size:
Maximum of 30
Cost:
$410, $395 for members
Accommodations:
None
Challenge:
Level-

This is how we rate the challenges you might face on a CFI trip.


Level 1 - Easy

  • Low level of physical activity, minimal movement required
  • 0 nights spent camping or in the field
  • Hiking or walking 0-2 miles per day

Level 2 - Moderate

  • Medium level of physical activity, some movement required
  • 1-4 nights spent camping or in the field
  • Hiking up to 4 miles per day
  • Flatwater or mild whitewater rapids

Level 3 - Active

  • Medium or high level of physical activity
  • 1-5 nights spent camping or in the field
  • Hiking up to 5 miles per day
  • Class I - III whitewater rapids

Level 4 - Challenging

  • High level of physical activity
  • 1-6 nights spent camping or in the field
  • Hiking 5 or more miles per day
  • Class IV whitewater rapids
CFI's Essential Eligibility Criteria outlines specific challenges that you may face on CFI trips. Please consult the EEC for information on responsibilities of participants.
Notes:
  • This is not an overnight program and does not include lodging or food.

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