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Wilderness First Aid & CPR

  • Saturday, May 04, 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Carrie Murray Nature Center, Baltimore, MD

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  • Group rates available to three or more teachers from the same school or organization. Contact Jasmine@erafans.org for details.

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Our partners at the Institute for WildMed are experts when it comes to responding to emergencies. That's why we've teamed up to offer this 16-clock hour, hybrid version of Wilderness First Aid & CPR certification to help you prepare for an outdoor emergency.

HYBRID COURSE FORMAT

  • The first 8 clock hours of the course is asynchronous, which means you can move through online content at your own pace. The online training must be completed prior to attending the second half of the course, held in person. 
    Your confirmation email will contain a link to the asynchronous, online portion of the training. You can get started right away!
  • The last 8 clock hours of the course will be held in person at Carrie Murray Nature Center in Baltimore, MD. You must complete the entire 16 clock hours to receive Wilderness First Aid & CPR certification.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is designed for anyone who leads nature-based education and outdoor learning, which may include: teachers and administrators in preschool, childcare, or elementary school settings; naturalists, environmental educators, or outdoor educators; wilderness survival enthusiasts; and parents.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Nicole Roma Thurrell has degrees in Psychology and Recreation Therapy from the University of North Carolina. She has been an EMT since 2001. She worked in many aspects of wilderness therapy for nearly a decade - expedition leader, health director, director of admissions. In addition to the roles listed above, she has been an adventure racer, a raft guide, high ropes facilitator, a clinician for kids with Autism, a Waldorf high school teacher, and a mom. She is a passionate educator who loves turning people on to strategies for being more confident and comfortable in nature. She lives in a solar village in Greenfield, MA.

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