An EMT certification is the entry-level for licensed Emergency Medical Services provider and the first step toward a career in EMS. This course stresses a greater depth of knowledge about the anatomy and physiology of the body and how sickness and injury affect people. Most importantly the increased care and treatments available to stabilize people in emergent situations. The format of this course stresses the application of skill through scenarios, minimizing time spent in lecture. It prepares the EMT to offer a higher level of emergency care at the scene and to work as a full team member on the ambulance.
This NH state-approved course is taught under the new National Education Standards for EMS. Includes simulation lab experience.
The Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is the quintessential wilderness medicine certification enabling rescuers to deliver expert care far into the wild. Also known as “Woofers”, a WFR certification will allow outdoor leaders and wilderness enthusiasts to assess, treat, and rescue the sick and injured from potentially dangerous wilderness environments. Click here to register.
The Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT) course is a comprehensive, evidence-based wilderness medicine course that prepares the student to manage injuries and illnesses far from help. The accelerated 3-week schedule allows students to be full-time learners, completing the 180+ hour curriculum with minimal interruption. Classes Monday through Saturday with 9 hours of blended hands-on and classroom time. Clinical experience is gained with 911 ride-along and emergency room rotations during evenings and weekends. Instruction is a dynamic combination of lecture, skill labs, scenarios, mock drills, team-building, and on-line study. The instructors have decades of experience in wilderness and expedition medicine. This course prepares the student for the National Registry exams and Nationally recognized certification. Click here to register for this course!
The 16-hour Wilderness First Aid course is the entry-level of emergency care for outdoor leaders and wilderness enthusiasts. During this course, you will learn how to assess a sick or injured person, determine what is wrong, initiate life-saving treatments, and make the decision whether to evacuate. A WFA certification is often required to lead groups on trips and at camps. This course is taught to meet or exceed Wilderness Medical Society standards and guidelines. Click here to register!