Be Prepared in the Wilderness
Wherever your next adventure takes you, make sure you are ready no matter what with basic or advanced Wilderness Medicine skills. SOLO Southeast offers courses for every ability level and schedule, so no matter what, you can fit safety into your next outing.
This 2-Day entry-level course is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts looking for basic first aid training and backcountry medical skills. Taking a WFA course can also recertify a soon-to-expire Advanced Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder certification.
This course is designed for individuals seeking advanced training and wanting more time to practice their new skills. This intensive 4-Day course provides in-depth information on both medical and environmental emergencies in the backcountry and offers plenty of hands-on practice to hone those skills.
SOLO’s Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the recognized industry standard for those who work as backcountry trip leaders, camp counselors, mountain guides, river guides, and ski patrollers. The WFR is the perfect course for anyone working in a position of leadership in an outdoor setting or for individuals who take extended personal backcountry trips or expeditions.
Refresh your memory with this intensive two-day course that covers the standard WFR curriculum in addition to new wilderness protocols.
These classes are designed for current WFAs or AWFAs that are looking to upgrade to the next level of training. We offer a few bridge courses throughout the year to help individuals progess and meet new training goals.
Together, the Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) Course and Wilderness Module make for a month-long, intensive program that gives students the skills and confidence to handle medical emergencies in wilderness or urban settings.
This 2-Hour course teaches you adult, child, & infant CPR and AED, as well as choking rescues in accordance with the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI).
This exciting 5-Day course for healthcare professionals elevates your skills to the WEMT level for EMS professionals, and to the Wilderness First Responder (WFR) level for all other Healthcare Professionals. In this course, participants are focusing on emergency care protocols when they are separated from definitive care by distance, time, terrain, or for special circumstances like natural disasters. Gain the skills and confidence you need to operate where definitive care is inaccessible.