This class is taught too both Scouters and Non- Scouters who want to learn first aid before any high adventure trip.
Learn the skills required for medical emergencies you may encounter in the backcountry. This class will teach you the first aid you will need when you are miles away from outside help and you may be the only trained scouter who could save a life. Wilderness First Aid training provides the next level training needed to safely conduct any high adventure backcountry activity where EMS is not available. Participants will learn how to assess, treat, and contain emergencies within the scope of their training.
Youth and Adult Scout leaders, Scouts & Non-Scouts over age 14 are invited to participate and earn their certification. Students will receive certification in Adult, Child, Infant CPR & AED and certification in Wilderness First Aid - all certification is good for 2 years.
This is a 2 day, 8hr each, 16hr class. Students will receive a Wilderness First Aid Field guide, a Keychain CPR Mask, and a signaling mirror; all theirs to keep after class!
BSA Wilderness First Aid is required for all high adventure camps.
We offer FREE CPR/AED with this course. Only $125 per student.
Our next class is a private class, by invite only, in Willis, Texas, December 2nd & 3rd 2022.
If you were invited, click below to save your spot. Seats are limited.
Big Texas CPR LLC
9638 Creek Vista Lane, Willis, Texas 77378
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