Wilderness medicine differs significantly from standard first aid courses (i.e. Red Cross) that are oriented toward urban environments. In this minimum 72 hour course you will learn to deal with medical emergencies when help is hours or days away and calling 911 is not an option. This course will help you prepare for emergency situations that involve prolonged patient care and transport, severe environments, and improvised gear.
1139.02 Introduction to Whitewater Rafting No Experience Required! Introduction to Whitewater Rafting is for the individual with little to no whitewater experience. We will cover information on equipment, the differences in rivers, river ratings, inflatable boat design & how to read the water, just to name a few things. All class sessions are mandatory. Any […]
Contact- Marty Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org 866-9943 KNSFHP 1139.01 Scuba II (1 credit) Pre-requisite: Credit for KNSFHP 1179 within the two previous semesters, or equivalent, and permission of instructor The Scuba II course is a continuation of the skills learned in the Skin and Scuba Diving Course. It is meant to be completed for the purpose of […]
1139.11 Introduction to Rock-Climbing No Experience Required! This Rock Climbing course is for the individual with little to no rock climbing experience. We will cover most of the foundational information to participate in a top-rope rockclimbing trip, including, knots, techniques, & how to select and use the proper equipment. The course does include a true […]
SPRING BREAK TRIP No Experience Required! Space Is Limited! 140.07 Rio Grande Wilderness Kayak Float Trip Come with us and explore the Chihuahua Desert for the trip of your life! We will spend up to 6 days in Big Bend National Park, and up to 5 of those days on the Rio Grande paddling through […]