- Does this course fulfill the requirements for BSA leaders?
According to the ACA it does!
- Does this course meet the requirements of the New York State Children's camps?
It fulfills the requirement for First Aid.
- Is this course the same or similar to the Wilderness First Aid offered by the various out-of-State companies?
We like to think it's better, but definitely equal to their classes.
- Is there a shorter Wilderness First Aid course available for the "casual" camper or traveller?
Yes, we offer a 1-day course with a Standard FIRST AID certificate which gives a thorough insight into preparedness and planning, as well as managing incidents in remote and wilderness environments. It can be adjusted for many occasions, but is a 6 hour course.
- How does this course compare to "Wilderness First Responder"?
This course is designed for the person who is involved in the activity and part of the immediate response group. A "Wilderness First Responder" requires additional training to comply with state EMS protocols because most WCFR's work for response agencies that react to emergencies and are trained to extract victims from the wilderness.
BOATING SAFETY COURSE for CERTIFICATE
All classes have been put on hold.
Your registrations will be honored for future dates.
work 4 hours at home
then attend 4 hour course any 3rd Saturday, 9:00am at 242 S. Main starting January 18, 2020 and receive certificate. $30 for instruction and workbook paid on line.
$20 if under 18
Family discounts available!
242 South Main Street is on the west side of Main, just before the old Byrne Dairy. We are in the small plaza between the former Byrne Dairy and the Barber Shop! Parking is available in our plaza or behind the plaza as well!
Coming from the south (lake), turn LEFT before the VILLAGER Restaurant (Antis St), go around the old Byrne Dairy into the Public Parking lot and access our plaza from the west!
at Salvation Army Teen Center
110 Saltonstall St
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$40 or 2/$75
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