Thursday April 29th, 6:00 AM – 8:30 PM (Arizona Time MST)
ONLINE CLASS via ZOOM 2.5 Hours 10 Student Max
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Essential Medicine for Remote Conditions
Class limited to 10 spots. If you see "The requested qty is not available" error when purchasing, please reduce you requested quantity or choose another class date.
This essential course covers the principles and protocols for basic first aid in emergency situations.
You will learn how to treat the most common injuries & illnesses and manage more severe problems that can occur, whether in the wilderness, on the road or at home.
Ideal for hikers, backpackers, preppers, and other outdoor enthusiasts, this course is also great for families, travelers and anyone wanting to be prepared.
To follow along with some demos you may want to have these items on hand:
This class is designed for those who Do Not need or desire a 2 day course with WFA (Wilderness First Aid) certification. There is no certificate accompanying this class.
PLEASE NOTE: Some information and images in class are graphic and may be disturbing.
This class is designed for those who do not need or desire a 2 day course with WFA (Wilderness First Aid) certification. There is no certificate accompanying this class.
CLASS SIZE is kept small (10 attendees) to facilitate questions and individual attention.
CLASS INCLUDES: 15% off one time coupon for an AHS purchase and when you create a Shack account you'll be given a 10% Discount for all future purchases as a part of the Arizona Hiking Shack family.
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Jonathan Mincks – AWFA, CPR
Wilderness Skills & Safety Instructor
Mincks is a boondocks scholar who has been exploring the backcountry since in diapers. His study and engagement in wilderness skills and emergency response has earned him multiple credentials in; Advanced Wilderness First Aid, CPR, Natural Medicine, Wilderness Survival, Desert Survival, and Outfitting.
Members of the Central Arizona Mountain Rescue Association Search and Rescue team have called his classes “PSAR – Preventative Search and Rescue."