May 31, 2012, 8 AM – 5 PM
BJE (Bureau of Jewish Education)
639 14th Ave., San Francisco, CA
June 1, 2012, 8 AM – 5 PM
Congregation Beth El
1301 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA
Wilderness first aid is the specific discipline of First Aid which relates to care in remote areas, where emergency medical services will be difficult to obtain or will take a long time to arrive. The American Camping Association recommends a WFA certification if EMS will take more than 1.5 hours to arrive.
Hazon is partnering with Foster Calm to offer a WFA class with lots of hands-on skills practice. The emphasis is on making good decisions by staying calm and safe, doing a good patient assessment, and having good communication and leadership.
In addition to a half day of outdoor scenario practice of first aid and leadership skills, this class focuses on practicing skills and covering: patient assessment, shock and bleeding, head and spinal injuries, wounds, musculoskeletal injuries, heat and cold illnesses and much more. Gain some good tools and knowledge to handle a wilderness first aid emergency. Successful completion of this 16 hours class includes a Wilderness First Aid certificate.
We will spend a little time framing this course in Jewish texts and teachings and are pleased to be joined by Wilderness Torah staff participants and co-sponsored by the San Francisco Bureau of Jewish Education.
Please call or email Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org 415 397-7020 with any questions you may have.
Photo courtesy of Foster Calm