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Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness First Aid
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Last Day To Register
4/19/2017 11:55 PM
Camp Maluhia
Wailuku, HI 96793, US
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The Maui Council wlll be offering Wilderness First Aid April 28-30, 2017 at Camp Maluhia.  Please see the below email for more information about what Wilderness First Aid is and why it is important.  If your unit is going to be more than 2 hours from Medical assistance it is required that you have atleast 1 leader trained in Wilderness First Aid.  
This class will begin at 4pm on the 28th and should be over by 4pm on the 30th (Times Subject To Change).  Lodging and meals are provided at camp.  Class is limited to 30 Adults Only.  Fees cover all class materials, meals and camp fees.  This class will include both classroom and hands on excercises. 
Please contact me if you have any questions.   This class will fill up soon so please register as soon as possible.
Jamie Wright - 268-9247 -

What is it?

Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the assessment of and treatment given to an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care by a physician and/or rapid transport is not readily available. A BSA-led task force has developed WFA doctrine and curriculum.

Why is this important?

This course goes far beyond what you may know as “first aid.” While it contains substantial medical information and teaches skills required for medical emergencies in the wild, the deeper purpose is to train participants to manage acute situations. The bottom line is this: Better decision-making at the incident scene miles from base facilities can save valuable time and human resources.


Who is it for?

Adult Scout leaders are encouraged to take this first-aid course, which offers a management dimension that most curriculums fail to address. Scout leaders will likely find it the most valuable program they’ll ever take.


The first thing you’ll learn to do in this course is establish control

Emergencies, big or small, may be charged with emotion and confusion. Even minor chaos increases the risk of injury to rescuers and bystanders, as well as the risk of inadequate care for the patient. Emergencies most often call for a leader to be directive, at least until the scene is safe and the patient is stabilized. This is best accomplished by discussing leadership in case of an emergency with other members of your party before a potentially critical situation occurs.

Contact E-mail
$100.00 per Participant
Cancellation Policy
Class will be conducted rain or shine, no refunds will be available.

Maui County Council BSA Store Hours: 8:00AM-4:00PM, Monday-Friday except holidays. Phone: 808-244-3724


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Wailuku, HI 96793

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