Wilderness First Responder – Re-cert  (3 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 but does not include CPR training. Our approach is geared towards hands-on and practical reviews, with scenario-based lessons.

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Canada West Mountain School uses Wilderness Medical Consultants for all Wilderness 1st Aid courses


2020 dates:
May 26-28, 2020

Wilderness First Aid course are offered on a Custom basis as well, please contact us for Custom courses.

  • 2020 dates:
    May 26-28, 2020

    Day 1 of the WFR Re-cert course, the course will start at 8:00 am promptly, with most days completing by 5:00 pm. Some sessions may start at different times and be held in different field locations, this information will be covered during the first class session.

  • The WFR Re-cert course will be conducted in North or West Vancouver, BC. Specific location will be announced closer to the date of the course.

  • Questions about Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Re-Certification course

    Can I take the WFR Re-Cert if my existing WFR certificate is expired??

    How much time is spent outdoors?

    Which organizations and employers accept the Wilderness Medical Consultants "80-hr WFR Certificate"?

    Is there a minimum age for participants taking the WFR course?

    How much studying is required?

  • 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.