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Wilderness First Aid practice session #2 · Wednesday, November 2nd

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Organized by: Birgit Rogalla.

Start: Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, 5:00 pm
End: Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, 7:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: VOC clubroom

We'll be spending a couple of hours reviewing/discussing various topics in Wilderness First Aid and going through scenarios. Bring your first aid supplies. It'll be entertaining, informative and fun. 
Please look into what you want to practice beforehand, gather information and then we can present, talk and practice during the session. Post the topics you'll look into on the message board thread!
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 you are welcome to attend, but know that this is not a structured formal course/review and the focus is on practicing the skills we already have in complex situations rather than the basics. 



Posted: 2016-10-24 12:36:58
Last modified: 2016-11-02 07:39:01