About Our Hybrid WFR & WEMT Recertification Course
We introduced hybrid courses to wilderness medicine education ten years ago. Building on this foundation and taking advantage of new technology, we continue to lead hybrid course development within the industry today. Each of our traditional wilderness medicine courses has a hybrid option. Similar to our standard WFR & WEMT Recertification course, our hybrid course is designed to deliver practical, yet in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of wilderness expedition medicine. With the lecture material learned at home, and reinforced by the testing done prior to the practical session, students can focus on applying the knowledge gained through simulations, skill labs, and case study reviews during the practical session, making the most of the time spent away from home or work.
Online format allows students to study anywhere there is a high-speed internet connection
Dedicated websites and online testing allow students to complete the home study portion of the course at their own pace
Case studies help reinforce learning & orient students to using a patient "SOAP note"
Content tests help orient students to the testing format while highlighting areas that need more review
Applicationtests are scenario based and correspond to the major Mechanisms of Injury or Illness (MOI)—Trauma, Environmental & Medical—taught in all courses
Test questions and case studies are progressive, based on real events, and help students transition to the scenarios in the practical session and, after the course, to real life
The practical session is facilitated by expert instructors who clarify the home study information, teach field-tested assessment & treatment skills, and offer individual feedback
Our hybrid WFR & WEMT Recertification course is designed to update you on significant changes or new topics in the pathophysiolgy, assessment, and treatment of expedition medicine problems, to give you an opportunity to practice your skills, and to ask—and get answers to—pertinent questions.
WMTC Wilderness First Responder or Wilderness EMT (valid for 3 years)
WMTC Adult & Child Wilderness CPR and AED (valid for 3 years)
WMTC Epinephrine Certification (valid for 3 years)
Estimated time to complete pre-course study: 8-15+ hours Estimated time to complete online testing: 4-6+ hours Number of required online tests: 1 Content tests, 1-2 Application tests Length of on-site practical session: 2 days/20 hours
Graduates from other wilderness medicine providers may recertify with us if they are currently certified—or in their grace period—and their curriculum has been approved by our office.