ERE | Wilderness Medicine

Wilderness Medicine Training Center – Hybrid DLP (Distance Learning Project) Wilderness First Responder/Wilderness EMT

(WMTC) Wilderness First Responder courses are designed specifically to meet the needs of wilderness guides, expedition leaders, and outdoor instructors. It is the outdoor education and recreation industry’s standard for wilderness medical training. It is the wilderness medicine training course for outdoor professionals...and the course you want your friends to have taken before you travel with them.

While the focus remains on expedition medicine, the information and skills learned during our Wilderness First Responder course may be directly applied to other emergency medical situations where rapid EMS and advanced medical care is not available (e.g. disaster relief, remote health care in third world countries, etc). The course includes certification in adult & child CPR and AED. Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) credits are available through the Wilderness Medical Society.

The Wilderness Medicine Training Center is the only wilderness medicine provider who offers both standard and hybrid Wilderness First Responder courses using teaching and learning strategies that inform one another; the result is a choice of format and pedagogy that meets your needs.

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$575 before 12/1, $600 after 12/1
2015 Dates: Jan 10-14, 2015

Registration is available at the Recreation Center Front Desk, by mail, fax and email. Please submit the following documents along with your payment:

  1. ERE Policies
  2. Campus Recreation Waiver (click here for under 18)
  3. Sonoma w registration 2015
  4. ODP Medical Questionnaire
  5. ODP Waiver