Wilderness First Responder
- Cole Crawford, Lulu (Bones) Russell
- Trip date
- Saturday, March 26th, 2022
- Difficulty rating
MITOC is organizing a nights and weekends Wilderness First Responder course with Mountain Education & Development. This is a great chance to get your WFR without taking a week off work or class! Make sure to register with MED and pay your deposit: https://www.mountained.com/events/wilderness-first-responder-wfr-20220326
The MED Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course makes use of lecture and practical-based learning both in and outside of the classroom, and is geared towards students who will be working, guiding, or recreating in remote locations with others.
The concepts and skills taught in this course will prepare you to prevent, identify, and stabilize a diverse range of injuries and illnesses associated with recreation in remote places where adaptations to harsh environments, limited access to resources and communication, and personal/group safety must be made.
Beginning with patient assessment, this course will establish a strong foundation for students to make informed decisions during emergency situations when far from definitive healthcare systems.
The course will be held on MIT's campus. All registrants must follow MIT's COVID policies and use the TIM ticket system for access to campus.
- Sat 3/26 - Sun 3/27: 8:00am - 6:00pm
- Mon 3/28 - Fri 4/1: 6:45pm - 10:00pm
- Sat 4/2 - Sun 4/3: 8:00am - 6:00pm
- Mon 4/4 - Fri 4/8: 6:45pm - 10:00pm
Registration and Cost
Actual registration and payment will be handled by MED. Sign up at https://www.mountained.com/events/wilderness-first-responder-wfr-20220326. The cost is $795; you can reserve a spot for $198.75. Active leaders are eligible for a subsidy of $100.
- first-come, first-serve
- Maximum participants
- Signups opened at
- Jan. 21, 2022, 2:19 p.m.
- Signups closed at
- March 10, 2022, 9 a.m.
- Have you taken WFA or WFR before?
- Have you signed up and paid your deposit on the MED website? If you haven't, go do that! This trip is only a placeholder, and you may get bumped by someone else who has