In response to feedback from our Wilderness First Aid (WFA) and Wilderness First Responder (WFR) program graduates, we are proud to announce our OFF Grid Medic Skills Evolution Workshop! This is a one-day, one-night event open to WFA and WFR graduates only, in which WE provide the scenarios, moulage, patient actors and debriefing sessions and YOU get to have all the fun!
HOW IT WORKS
REGISTER for the class here.
SHOW UP with your own medical gear or simply use ours. Many of our program grads have expressed an interest in fine-tuning their own personal kits, and we see no better way to hone kit mentality than through challenging realistic scenarios.
PARTICIPATE in as many, or as few exercises as you’d like. Expect a minimum of SIX different scenarios during the workshop, each with its own unique challenges!
NETWORK and LEARN from other WFA or WFR graduates, not just the teammates you attended with – there’s more of you out there than you think!
TRAIN in additional roles within the Incident Command System (ICS). Satisfied with your patient capabilities? Awesome! Challenge yourself in a logistics, safety or incident command role!
IMPROVE your confidence and skill set! This program is for YOUR benefit, so expect the same great level of instruction and feedback that makes our Off Grid Medic programs so successful! You worked hard to earn your WFA or WFR certification – don’t get rusty on your skills due to lack of execution.
Scenarios will be conducted from 8:30 AM until Midnight on the same day and will include single and multiple-patient events.
These programs will be held at the Colorado Mountain Man Survival Basecamp .
Overnight camping is available at no additional charge!
A large 21 person military tent with winter liner is provided for a community tent during class hours and may be used for sleeping at night. Tent is complete with 2 wood burning stoves and a cot for each student. This is a shared tent for all students that wish to use it.
Water will be provided but you will be required to bring your own food.
1 Day / 0 Overnights
Bring appropriate clothing, good hiking boots, sunscreen and UV protective sunglasses and a water bottle.
We will not provide you with any gear, so please come prepared if you intend to stay overnight. Fixed blade knife, overnight camping gear, winter sleeping bag and a small backpack. Check Recommended Items List for more details!
You may sleep in a tent you bring, in your vehicle, in a primitive shelter or share one of our military tents which have wood burning stoves inside.
Warm outdoor clothing and rain gear. Layers are important in Colorado. You will want a water whicking base layer, an insulating mid layer, and a waterproof breathable outer shell. Check out our Clothes Layering Basics if you are unsure of what to wear.
You may camp at our location overnight. Be sure to bring your tent, sleeping bags and any other camping gear that you wish to bring!
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July 17 2021
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