Wilderness First Aid (WFA)
The BOEALPS Wilderness First Aid (WFA) class is designed to prepare you to deal effectively with accidents that can occur in remote areas where professional medical help is not readily available.
The BOEALPS WFA class is hosted by wilderness medicine professionals from Remote Medical Training (RMT), and includes lectures, skills practice, demos and hands-on scenarios. Attendance to all class sessions, whether virtual or in-person, is required to complete the WFA class and obtain a two-year certification.
This course is highly recommended for all BOEALPS members and volunteers and is a recognized certification meeting the requirements of the BOEALPS Basic Class (BMC) for BMC graduates who aspire to become BMC Instructors.
- You MUST be at least 18 years old to apply for this program (16 or 17 years old allowed if accompanied by parent/guardian: please contact us prior to applying to discuss details)
- All participants will be required to acknowledge and sign the “RMT COVID-19 Student Agreement & Procedures” to ensure that health guidelines, self-checks, and proper protocols are understood and followed throughout the class (form to be provided by RMT after enrollment)
- Attend ALL class sessions (virtual and in-person).
- Demonstrate that you can perform all required skills.
Refunds will only be given if you drop out PRIOR to the first WFA class session (whether virtual or in-person).
No refunds will be given after the first class.
In any case, payment for annual BOEALPS membership is NON REFUNDABLE.
2021 Course Details
THE OCTOBER 2021 WFA CLASS IS CANCELED. NEXT CLASS IS BEING PLANNED FOR JANUARY 2022: STAY TUNED FOR UPCOMING 2022 CLASSES DETAILS!