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Oklahoma State University
Department of Wellness

America's HEALTHIEST Campus®

WMTC Hybrid Wilderness First Aid Course

Time: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. each day
Dates: January 19, 2019 - January 20, 2019
Location: Colvin Recreation Center
Member Fee: Standard WFA $275, WAFA, WFR, or WEMT Recertification $300
Non-member Fee: Standard WFA $215, WAFA, WFR, or WEMT Recertification $235

The Department of Wellness Outdoor Adventure program is hosting a WMTC Hybrid Wilderness First Aid course.  If you work at a camp, park, gym, or in any setting leading individuals on trips, or just generally enjoy recreating in the outdoors, this course is for you!! Having a Wilderness First Aid certification helps prepare you to manage unexpected injuries or accidents that can cause injury.  You’ll learn both in a classroom and in an outdoor setting regardless of the weather!!!  See you there!!

To register, visit https://www.wildmedcenter.com/osu-hybrid-wfa-jan.html

For more information visit Outdoor Adventure at the Colvin Recreation Center, call 405-744-5581, or email outdoor-adventure@okstate.edu.

Please bring the following supplies and equipment to your course; note that the course sponsor may ask you to bring additional supplies. 

• A watch or smartphone capable of measuring seconds (for taking patient vital signs during simulations) 
• Cuttable simulation clothing: 2 T-shirts, 2 long-sleeved shirts, 2 pairs of long pants, and a pair of heavy socks (DO NOT short this list! ALL the listed clothing IS REQUIRED for effective practice during simulations and labs. Clothing can usually be purchased cheaply through Goodwill, Salvation Army, local thrift store, church, yard sale or secondhand stores. Ask clerk for rejects and throw-aways)
• Notebook or paper (for taking notes) • Colored pens or pencils (your instructors will use different colored markers during lectures, case study reviews, and discussions to help organize the material on a whiteboard or SOAP poster; some students find it EXTREMELY helpful to do the same in their notes)
• Two pencils and a pocket sharpener (for writing in the rain on weatherproof patient SOAP notes during simulations) 
• Old clothing (to wear during skill labs; you WILL get dirty and may NOT want to wear your expensive outdoor gear) 
• A small backpack (to wear during simulations) • A wide-mouth water bottle (for use during simulations and some labs)
• A headlamp (for night simulations; this is especially important during late fall and winter courses)