NYSOGA Wilderness First Aid: How to respond in remote areas

We reached our enrollment limit due to the space available in the classroom. Registration for the wilderness first aid class is closed for now.

This one-day course teaches participants how to respond when help is more than an hour away. This certification, a balance of classroom and skills practice, is accepted as a prerequisite to becoming a licensed outdoor guide. It is also recommended for any backcountry leader or traveler. This certification is valid for 2 years.

9-hour certification course - July 13, 2019 - 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Those who have paid online, please bring a receipt or a screen shot to show the instructor you have paid.
$120, includes instruction, materials, lunch and 2 breaks. Catskill Center 43355 Rt 28, Arkville, NY 12406. cccd@cc.org
NYSOGA Guides

What to look for... and what to do
    • Muscle, joint, bone injury
    • Soft tissue injury
    • Bandages and splints
    • Sudden illness
    • Heat and cold injury or illness
    • Evacuation methods
    • Prevention advice
    • Recommended first aid supplies

Pre-registration required by... July 5th, 2019

For questions or more information: adkfoothill@gmail.com or call 518-637-6193.

Please click here to download the WFA registration form in a PDF format.

NYSOGA Guides
NYSOGA New York State Outdoor Guide Association
1936 Saranac Avenue, Suite 2 - 150, Lake Placid, NY 12946
1-866-4NYSOGA (1-866-469-7642)  · 
E-Mail: info@nysoga.org  ·  Web Site: www.nysoga.org
© NYSOGA - Design By Rainbow Graphics
You are the visitor. Thank you for stopping by.