Grand Junction Onsite Group CPR & AED Certification

Colorado's Best CPR and Emergency Training in Grand Junction

Find out why we are Colorado's #1 emergency training company providing skills for the elements with Wilderness First Aid classes. We offer CPR certificates through the American Red Cross, American Heart Association, ASHI, and NASAR

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Get the most updated Information about CPR and WFR classes in your area. Don't put it off! Get your personnel qualified today. Our tutors will bring this invaluable experience to you, no matter where you are!

CPR and Emergency Training in Grand Junction

Register yourself for CPR in Grand Junction. We offer the best courses in CPR and backpacking and wilderness medicine. Our programs are focused on prevention, assessment and treatment of common injuries that occur while out there exploring in remote areas with our expert instructors who know all about what you can expect when something goes wrong!

Management of Wilderness and Environment Emergencies

We offer Wilderness First Aid training classes to learn how to handle any emergency medical situations that could occur while out experiencing various outdoor sports, including mountain climbing and backcountry trekking. We have professional instructors who are experts on all things medical emergency in the wilderness-come experience it for yourself!

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Get in touch with Front Range CPR for Wilderness First Aid Training

The Front Range CPR is a well-known provider of first aid training. With their expert knowledge and experience, they can help you develop skills that will save lives in remote areas like the wilderness!

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CPR, WFA Emergencies

As part of our commitment to provide excellent customer service, we recognize that emergencies can happen at any time.

Types of emergencies

A Wilderness Medical Emergency can be a very scary situation for those involved. There are many things that must happen quickly and correctly in order to provide the best care possible, but luckily if you get Wilderness First Aid trained you will be prepared to help someone in need until complete medical assistance can be available for the injured person or even yourself!

Who needs WFA?

Youth (14 and up) and adult Scout leaders are urged to complete a 16-hour WFA course based on the BSA's recommendations, which adds a management dimension that most courses do not cover. WFA participants will most likely find it to be the most beneficial programmed they have ever attended.

Certification and Skills for CPR and Wilderness First Aid

Certification and Skills for Wilderness First Aid to Stay Safe, Responsibly Navigate the Wild. The best way to stay safe in out in nature is by knowing how your body reacts when it's faced with an emergency situation. The person who will benefit most from this course--to have all of my certification skills so that should anything happen while out on these wilder parts of the backcountry or far away from the city. You might be able save lives!

What is covered in Wilderness First Aid

The Wilderness First Aid course covers all aspects of outdoor emergencies. It includes much more than just how to handle an injury or illness in the wilderness; it also teaches you about environmental concerns such as hypothermia, heatstroke and hunger that can occur when camping for long periods at high elevations with little water available. Students will learn to prepare to practice techniques for essential skills like first aid, resource gathering, sheltering, simple navigation necessary to survive in a wilderness environment, including Survival Priorities and Kit Mentality.

Medical Emergencies

Medical emergencies re often life-threatening situations and be can be quite scary if not dealt with immediately - this page has guidelines on how best handle these cases! Getting WFA certified with our wilderness training will help you handle these emergencies and how to use these guidelines to best handle these cases when in the wilderness or far away from immediate medical help!

First Aid Classes in Grand Junction

We want your Red Cross training to be engaging and educational, as well as easy to fit into your schedule. As a result, our Grand Junction first aid classes are available at a range of convenient times and places. They are delivered by specialists in a calm environment and last only a few hours but allow plenty of opportunity for questions and customized training on the procedures used while administering treatment.

CPR and First Aid Classes in Colorado

We want your Red Cross training to be engaging and educational, as well as easy to fit into your schedule. That's why, our Colorado CPR and First aid classes are available at a range of convenient times and places.

Backcountry Expeditions and Wilderness First Aid (WFA)

Backcountry expeditions and Wilderness First Aid go hand-in-hand. A first aid kit is a vital piece of equipment for back country travelers, but what about those who venture into more remote areas? Front Range CPR offers WFA courses on how to prepare properly before going off trail or near rivers so that you can have peace-of mind knowing your safety and medical needs will be met should anything happen while hiking through rough terrain.

In addition they provide all course participants with an invaluable WFA Kit containing medical supplies such as iodine tablets which helps prevent hypothermia from occurring if stranded in cold conditions.

Mountain Biker Accidents in the mountains and Wilderness First Aid (WFA)

In the United States, there are about 3 million mountain bikers. It's a phenomena that has only been growing in recent years and it seems like every time you turn on your TV or open up an athletics magazine then they're talking about how much fun biking can be! The problem? According to statistics from Wilderness First Aid Association (WFA), accidents happen more often than we think - especially when riders venture into areas without designated bike trails where drivers may not know what sort of terrain awaits them at any moment

Mountain Biking and Wilderness First Aid (WFA)

For the adventurous mountain biker, consider Wilderness First Aid training. This certification is important because it will teach you how to handle injuries in remote places with no medical professionals around and limited supplies such as bandages or ointments of any type.

Most people don't think about what they'll do if stranded miles from help due some unforeseen circumstance like broken equipment on their bike that causes a fall but now may be an ideal time for them get both WFA certified and prepared!

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Questions about CPR and Wilderness First Aid (WFA)

Should I take this online rather than in-person?

We offer both options for some of our Certification classes. We teach from the same established WFA Scope of Practice that all providers use.  Please reach out for more questions on these options.

Is CPR included in WFR?

This course is a 16 hour comprehensive program that teaches backcountry emergency training. Students will gain knowledge and confidence in all aspects, such as injuries caused by a wilderness injury; environmental emergencies like hypothermia and avalanches; survival skills to help you if medical assistance isn't available within reachable time period (or at all). The ultimate goal: complete mastery over these hazards so they can be avoided more easily than not! This extensive training event includes CPR+AED certification combined with other courses on topics including musculoskeletal issues, severe cold weather gear use instructional videos.

Is there an age restriction?

Must be 13 years or older.

I have already taken a WFA course in the past.  Can I use this to re-certify?

Yes.  Many organizations use our course to certify their employees and volunteers.  However, individual organizations have varying requirements for first aid and wilderness training, so we advise you to check with your organization to see if it will qualify for your purposes.  You can reach out to us by email if you have any questions or if you have particular requirements for a WFA class.    We can adapt the Wilderness First Aid class to fit your organization’s needs for the content, length, and depth of training provided.