Dates and Prices
Price: 2015: $795 Cdn includes instruction and course materials. GST is extra.
Price: 2016: $825 Cdn includes instruction and course materials. GST is extra.
Note: There are 2 concurrent courses running October 21-30. We have opened a 2nd program due to high demand.
Re-certify your 80hr Advanced Wilderness First Aid Course (WFR, AAM, etc.) in this 3 day course.
Full course details can be found here
This course begins at 8:30am at our office location in Canmore. Map
Price 2015: $395 Cdn includes instruction and course materials. GST is extra.
Price 2016: $435 Cdn includes instruction and course materials. GST is extra.
Is it for you?
While helpful, no prior first-aid certification is needed for this course. Minimum age is 16 years.
1. Course participants opt for certification that will allow them to work in a back country setting and that is approved by the ACMG or other outdoor companies such as ski hills. This option has no pre-requisites and is standard with the course.
2. Alternatively, for those looking to additionally use the certification for a worksite, the certification can be recognized by Alberta Workplace Health and Safety. This training will then offer mobility between Alberta, BC, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Yukon. To be eligible for this type of certification participants MUST provide proof of Standard First Aid certification that was taken within the year prior to the start of the Advanced Adventure Medic program. This is the exact same curriculum and exams, however the Standard First Aid pre-requisite must be met for recognition by the Alberta Workplace Health and Safety.
Yamnuska Mountain Adventures hosts wilderness first aid courses by Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine, Canada (RMAM).
This 10-day (80 hour) course is the industry standard for outdoor professionals. Many organizations require it as part of their job qualifications.
Topics include: patient assessment system, body systems, environmental injuries/conditions, anaphylaxis, lifting/moving/extrication, patient carries, backcountry medicine, and CPR.
Topics are covered in-depth and includes simulations. The course is recommended for outdoor professionals as well as outdoor recreationalists who lead adventure trips and those who are in the backcountry for days or weeks at a time and may have to care for a patient over an extended period.
This course is hosted by Yamnuska Mountain Adventures and taught by Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine. This program is now recognized by Alberta Occupational Health & Safety as an Advanced First Aid certificate. There is a pre-requisite if you require the recognition by Alberta occupational Health and Safety. Please see 'Certification Options' on the sidebar.