Thursday, 23 August 2018
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This is just a heads up to reserve March 30th & 31th, 2019 on your calendar for a WFA class.

It is super early to plan next March, but I don’t want you to miss this one because of conflicts or because it filled up.

If you are interested in taking a Wilderness first Aid Course (WFA), Badlands Off-Road Adventures is sponsoring a 2-day class in March 2019.  We engage a professional medical instructor from Wilderness Medical Associates, the certifying agency.

Badlands Off-Road Adventures is sponsoring the Wilderness Advanced First Aid (WAFA) clinic because we feel everyone should be prepared when they go outdoors. This will be the best first aid course you have ever taken. That is unless you go on to the 7-day Wilderness First Responder Class.

The WFA clinic will provide you with skills, knowledge and training to handle life threatening medical emergencies and allows you to be better prepared to protect your family in an emergency. Wilderness First Aid is a two day immersion into general medical concepts and Basic Life Support skills. This course teaches what to do with a medical emergency when help is miles away and calling 911 isn’t an option.

“The Wilderness First Aid was one of the MOST USEFULL clinics I have ever attended, due in large part to the effort you and Josh put in to make it all possible. "  said Joe de Kehoe.

The clinic will be held March 30th & 31st, 2019 at the Hungry Valley State Vehicle Recreation Area (SVRA) near Gorman, CA.  Please reserve the dates on your calendar. 

You must be 18 years old to take the clinic.

You can reserve a spot in the class using this link:

After you fill in the details and confirmed them on the second page, click on print on the third page to send us the reservation. Do not click on the pay pal link. We will not be accepting payment until January 2018 so the amount you would pass to pay pal is zero. And pay pal doesn’t know what to do with $0 dollars.

Call me if you need more info – 310-613-5473

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