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Wilderness First Aid practice session · Wednesday, October 5th

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Organized by: Birgit Rogalla.

Start: Wednesday, Oct. 5th, 5:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom/hallway outside clubroom

*date flexible depending on peoples' availability*
Remind yourself of all the incredibly usefull things you learned in your Wilderness First Aid course! The idea is to spend a couple of hours practising scenarios and after each scenario we'll regroup and discuss our responses. It'll be entertaining, informative and loads of fun. I'd like to try and organize one of these every few weeks, please indicate which day works best for you so that we can find the time that works for most. Depending on how things go the first time, I might try to make it into a more structured review.
This practice session is intended for people who have taken a Wilderness First Aid course already (whether it be the 50-hour, 90-hour or some other course). If you have not taken a WFA course but would like to attend, you can act as patient in the scenarios and learn from observing the techniques. 


Posted: 2016-09-23 08:09:12
Last modified: 2016-10-05 13:19:24