Remote Wilderness First Aid

Remote Wilderness First Aid

This course teaches advanced skills to be used in emergencies when help from professional first responders may be far away. UVAC will offer this course for large groups by request.
Prerequisites: Must be at least 14 years old and hold current adult CPR/AED certification.

Dates & Pricing

Dates:

UVAC will offer this course for large groups by request

Times:

UVAC will offer this course for large groups by request

Member Price:

Fee is $250 - Pick one two-day session

Non-Member Price:

Fee is $250 - Pick one two-day session

Not a member? Find out more!

Refund Policy

A non-refundable payment reserves your spot in the course with the following exceptions:

  1. If UVAC or the Red Cross cancels the program (including for weather) we will issue a FULL refund
  2. If the enrolled student does not pass the swim test, they will be given a three-month grace period to take another course, but no money will be refunded
  3. If the student cancels with LESS THAN A TWO WEEK notice, only a 50% refund will be issued or the student may choose a full credit for the next class
  4. If the enrolled student does not pass the course upon completion of all sessions they will be given a 10% discount to take another course, but no money will be refunded
  5. A class can only be deferred one time.  After one deferral the course must be completed or the student voids the registration.

FAQs

  1. American Red Cross courses will meet in the lobby of UVAC, at their designated time, unless otherwise directed.
  2. E-learning materials will be disseminated 7 days prior to the course. E-learning materials come from phsSALESFORCE and often end up in your spam folder. If you do not receive your e- learning materials, please contact Ashley Ellis at [email protected] for assistance.
  3. Please utilize Google Chrome for your e-learning materials as other platforms do not interface well.
  4. E-learning materials take between 2-7 hours to complete depending on the course.
  5. You must show proof of e-learning completion in order to gain admittance into the class. The Red Cross system is designed to show instructors you progress, however, it is not always accurate. Please screenshot your completion certificate at the end of the course.
  6. As part of your class, you will receive a digital copy of the course handbook.
  7. You MUST attend the scheduled class in its entirety.
  8. Be prepared-bring a drink and a snack (or lunch if you are taking a lifeguard course). Glass containers are prohibited on UVAC premises.
  9. For the lifeguard course, specifically, a swimsuit is required. Please make sure that it is secure.
  10. Also for the lifeguard class, bring a few changes of clothes and a few towels. This will make you more comfortable.
 
Skip to content