Wilderness First Responder – Re-cert (3.5 days)
Is your current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) ticket close to expiring? Our WFR Re-Cert course allows you to extend your current Wilderness First Responder certification for up to 3 years. An intensive review of the WFR curriculum is combined with updates to treatment and protocols that have occurred within the industry and also includes a CPR “C” recert. Our approach is geared towards hands-on and practical reviews, with scenario-based lessons.
The WFR Re-cert course held on May 18-21, 2017, will be conducted at the West Vancouver Cricket Club, located at 1290 Third Street, West Vancouver, BC. Practical field sessions will be held outdoors near the classroom, as well as at a variety of sites on the North Shore, and may require driving to get to some sites.
The main class location is just off the north side of the Trans Canada Highway, on the west side of the Capilano River. Please check out the map below for the specific location:
The first session (on May 18) is the CPR Re-Cert portion and starts at 4 pm.
The first full day of the WFR Re-cert course starts at 0800 on Friday, May 19 and will finish around 5 pm. Each day after that will also start at 0800 and run until approx. 5 pm.
Questions about Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Re-Certification course
Wilderness Medical Consultants provides an online Student Manual for WFR, AWFA, Bridge and WFR Re-Cert courses - Online Student Manual
Additionally, you will be provided a printed copy of this manual as well for the course.
Canada West Mountain School Medical Disclosure Form - CWMS MEDICAL form
Canada West Mountain School Waiver - CWMS Waiver
Please bring a printed copy of each form to the first class.