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Wilderness First Responder 2014

The WFR is accepted as the defacto international standard for outdoor professionals, and is required by many companies if you want to work as an out door instructor.

Super challenging and fun, much of your time is spent completing practical skills, case studies and scenarios. Immerse yourself in this intensive format and leave with confidence in your ability to act. The WFR is recognised and recertifiable worldwide. Upon completion you will receive a WFR Certification valid for 3 years. After doing 2 Recerts the entire course should be completed again, to ensure your skills and knowledge are at the highest. You will also receive a CPR card valid for 1 year.


Units of Competency covered:

HTLCPR211A Perform CPR
HLTFA211A Provide Basic Emergency Life Support
HLTFA311A Apply First Aid
HLTFA404C Apply Advanced Resuscitation techniques
SISOOPS305A Provide First Aid in a remote location
SISXEMR201A Respond to emergency situations
SISXOHS101A Follow OH&S policies
SISXEMR402A Coordinate emergency response


Topics Covered In A WFR Class:

Accident Management Plan
Head Injuries
Spinal Injuries • Spinal Evaluation
Chest & Lung Injury
Wilderness Wound Management • Blisters, Fish Hooks, & Splinters • Infection • Burns • Solar Radiation Problems
Athletic Injuries • Fractures • Dislocations • Femur • Anatomy: Bones & Muscles Environmental Injuries: Heat Illnesses • Cold Illnesses • Non Freezing Cold Injury • Frostbite • Altitude Illness
Search & Rescue
Medical Emergencies: Abdominal Illness and Injuries • Gastrointestinal Problems • Respiratory Emergencies • Cardiac Emergencies. • Diabetes • Unconscious Patient • Neurological Emergencies • Female Specific Illness • Male Specific Illness • Allergic Reactions and Anaphylaxis
Submersion Incidents
Snake Bites & Stings
Eyes, Ears & Nose • Dental Problems
Diving Emergencies
Subcutaneous Injections
Wilderness First Aid Kits • Considerations for Expedition Drug Kit
Adult CPR & EAR • Automatic External Defibrillator