Update Your WFR Certification
|WFR Recertification||January 28-29||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||February 18-19||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||March 4-5||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||March 18-19||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||April 15-16||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||May 6-7||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||May 20-21||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||May 23-24||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||June 24-25||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||July 29-30||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||August 12-13||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||September 16-17||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||October 14-15||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||November 18-19||Bryson City, NC|
|WFR Recertification||December 2-3||Bryson City, NC|
CPR is optional for an additional $39.99.
Refresh your memory with our Wilderness First Responder Recertification Course. This intensive two-day course covers the standard WFR curriculum as well as new wilderness protocols. This course is designed for (and only offered to) students whose current WFR certification is due to expire. The WFR Recert is fast-paced, incorporating a traditional classroom session with hands-on practical skills scenarios to help you maintain the confidence to make critical medical decisions in a wilderness setting.
Wilderness First Responder (WFR) is a three-year certification. Students are advised to re-take the full WFR course after three decertifications. This course does not include CPR. American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) CPR and AED courses are scheduled on the first night of the WFR course for an additional $40. CPR is required to keep your WFR certification.
SOLO Southeast students are extended a discount on NOC lodging and meals.
Why SOLO Southeast?
Our instructors have extensive outdoor and medical experience. They are selected based on their expertise in emergency medicine and rescue as well as for their teaching abilities. SOLO Southeast is located at NOC’s Main Campus at the intersection of the Appalachian Trail and the Nantahala River. You are learning from the best in the best location.