Course: Wilderness First Aid

COURSES TYPE
Wilderness First Aid
SCHEDULE
2019-10-07 → 2019-10-08 (2 days)
COST
325 USD
Country
Hong Kong
City
Hongkong
LNG
English
Instructor
Terry Chan
Host
Walk Hongkong
Registration information
Registration information
Contact:Gabi Baumgartner
Email:walks@walkhongkong.com
Tel:+852 5193 8101
Food and Accommodation: Contact sponsor for details
NOTES:Open Enrollment

The final confirmation will be subject to successful payment. Your registration once been confirmed, please try to attend the course. Cancellation will be allowed 2 weeks ahead of the course dates.

About course tuition:

FEES INCLUDED:certificate, text book, training equipment, insurance, instructors' logistics(food&accommodation)
FEES EXCLUDED:participants' transportation, food and accommodation during the course, other personal expenses. There will be 6% tax fee of the tuition for a mainland China tax invoice ,please contact sponsor for more details.

Course introduction

The only Wilderness First Aid course that meets the specific needs of industry, technical, research, and field support employees in remote areas.

The 24-hour Wilderness First Aid for Field Services course provides first aid for industrial, technical, and field support staff in remote areas. Although the fundamental medical portion of this course is similar to those in a WMA International Wilderness First Aid course, the applied context is different.


Instructor of records

Native name
陈国宣
Country of residence
Hong Kong
Certification
WEMT
B. Soc. Sci., MSW, M. Soc. Sci.Terry, founder of Crux Professional Limited, is a professional expedition leader. He has extensive high altitude mountaineering experiences including the highest mountains in North America, the Denali; and in Africa, the Kilimanjaro. Having received training from the Wilderness Education Association and Wilderness Medical Association of the US; Terry specialized in leadership development. With his Master in Counselling training, he is also very approachable and sensitive to individual needs. He has led expeditions to Alaska, Kilimanjaro, Taiwan, Japan, Tibet, Sichuan and Xinjiang.