We are postponing all in-person courses until further notice due to COVID-19. We want to do our part to help slow the spread of this virus, and are unable to carry on in-person first aid or Foodsafe courses while maintaining social distancing. We are looking into alternative delivery methods, and will resume courses as soon as it is safe to do so.

With the healthcare workers putting their lives at risk and the shortage that is sure to come, our incoming masks will now be reserved for health organizations that need them. We are reaching out and working alongside them to ensure they have the protection they need. If this is you, you can see what we have available here – let us know how we can help.

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Step 3: Wilderness First Aid Discipline Specific

The full Instructor Development process is broken down into five steps:

  • Step 1: Skills Assessment
  • Step 2: Fundamentals of Instruction
  • Step 3: Discipline specific classroom component (First Aid & CPR, Wilderness and Remote First Aid or Professional Responder)
  • Step 4: Teaching Experience
  • Step 5: Certification

This segment of instructor development will focus on applying your skills as an Instructor within the Wilderness and Remote First Aid discipline. It includes exploring and understanding the learners (participants) you will be supporting, and familiarizing yourself with the course content and teaching tools. This step focuses largely on application and will include the opportunity to complete microteaching segments with your peers. This segment of the course involves pre-course work.

Prerequisites:

  • Completion of Step 2: Fundamentals of Instruction within the past 6 months or Red Cross Instructor certification in another discipline 
  • Current participant level certification in either Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid or Red Cross Advanced Wilderness and Remote First Aid

Full Course Length: 14.5 Hours





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