Wilderness

First Responder

 

Need a WFR certification
but can't give up 10 vacation days? 

Unlike typical 10-day courses that requre extensive PTO requests, this WFR course syncs with your professional schedule. Seven field days and three classroom sessions will span three weekends with just one full weekday (Friday) in the mix.

Interested in a our weekend WFR recert? Ask us about our Recert Option.

COST:

$750*

LOCATION: 

Denver, CO

COURSE:

SOLO Wilderenss First Responder Certification (72 hrs) | CPR Included

DATES:


April 1 - 2

April 22 - 23

April 29 – 30 

*deferred payment schedule is available by request

WFR Overview

This SOLO Wilderness First Responder course is the recognized industry standard for mountain guides, backcountry trip leaders, camp counselors, river guides, and ski patrollers. This is a comprehensive 72 hour course with focused evening classroom sessions and maximized field time. Students who pass the evaluation and written test will receive a SOLO Wilderness First Responder certification that’s good for three years. 

Wilderness First Responder


WFR Recert

A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY

Recertifying WFR students can attend the CPR evening on March 24th. 

During the second weekend of the full WFR, recertifying students will be able to learn and practice along side WFR students. This unique opporunity will help WFR Recert students step up to the plate and help facilitate learning for those getting their WFR for the first time. The best way to learn something and prove mastery is to help teach! WFR Recert students will be brought up to speed on current best practices. Come prepared to work hard and earn your Recert. This won't be a walk in the park, but you will walk away feeling compitent in your recertified skills.

DATES:

CPR Evening:   6p-9p | 3/24 | 1515 W. Thomas Ave
Field Days:    8a-6p | 4/8-9 (Saturday/Sunday) | Mt. Falcon Open Space


Instructor: Allen White

Certifications: NREMT-Paramedic (PALS, ACLS, ASLS, PHTLS); WEMT; AHA BLS Instructor; AMGA Rock Instructor; NOLS OEC/Mountaineering ʼ94; WEA NSP ʼ96; Wilderness Medical Society FAWM candidate 

BIO: Allen is based out of northeast Georga and is in his eighth year of working as a full-time ALS-unit medic and member of the High Angle Rescue Team as a climbing medic (Tallulah Gorge and Currahee Mtn). Allen has an extensive background teaching WFR courses and is a traveling ‘ambassador’ for SOLO. 


Register for the WFR or WFR Recert