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Wilderness First Responder – Virtual Instructor-Led Course | Fall 2020 | October 13-December 6 | Mohawk, NY

Wilderness First Responder – Virtual Instructor-Led Course | Fall 2020 | October 13-December 6 | Mohawk, NY

NEEDS Associates is going Virtual with Wilderness, Remote & Disaster Medical Care

Have you wanted to take the reverent Wilderness First Responder Certification course, but couldn’t find the opportunity to attend?

Can’t get the 5-11 days off that is often the norm for these classes? Can’t find the means to be away from home that long? Can’t fathom taking in such an intense amount of information in such a short time?

Maybe the Wilderness, Remote & Disaster First Response VILC can offer you the opportunity. This Virtual Instructor-Led Course (VILC) from NEEDS Associates can provide much of the Wilderness First Responder education you’d expect but from the comfort of home and on an easier schedule. 

While Remote/Distance Learning is not widely used in Wilderness Medical Certification courses, COVID-19 poses many challenges to education. While not completely eliminating the need to spend hours on end in a class-room setting wearing a mask among classmates learning the knowledge portions of Wilderness Medicine, we at NEEDS Associates think we have arranged beneficial approach to this program. 

This Fall you can partake in your once long-reach goal of getting your Wilderness First Responder Certification in a new way. 

The course is an 8 week long program; with Virtual Lectures twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm and an occasional Saturday. Further “virtual” coursework and discussions will be done through Facebook in a private and dedicated Group. To bolster your Skills Development and challenge then in Scenario Based simulations, there will be a Mid-term Skills Session, and a Finals Session that will also provide the Final Practical and Written Exam.

For more details, visit the Registration Page

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