It's so easy to think, "It's not going to happen." Until it does. Would you really know what to do if you or someone you're hiking with breaks a bone, suffers an allergic reaction, or shows signs of hypothermia? Do you know the signs of heat exhaustion or hypothermia?
Too many of us think we know what to do in an emergency. But do we? When seconds count, it's more important that you know EXACTLY how to proceed in an emergency.
Unlike other wilderness first aid classes, this class provides you with practical exercises to mimic real world emergencies to test your skills including evacuation and extraction protocols (which too many courses conveniently exclude). That means if and when the time comes ... you're actually prepared.
Join in for a two-part day, the first in the classroom learning the first aid skills you need, and the second half of the day outside the classroom facility to put those skills into practice.
This is a ONE OF A KIND class in the Ozarks taught by Dan Nash, one of the best instructors in the Midwest ... if not the country!
ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED AS THIS CLASS IS LIMITED TO 50 ATTENDEES (DOOR REGISTRATION $70).