Participants

Dan Weinert is an instructor with the Wood Trades (Carpentry and Cabinetmaking) department at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) and holds Journeyman certificates in both Carpentry and Cabinetmaking. He has 29 years’ experience in the construction industry, eight of which includes teaching apprentices in both programs. He is regularly invited to local schools to share his passion for the trades and the successful careers they offer.
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Schedule

Click here to view instructions on how to register for Adventure Medic Wilderness First Aid - Bridge and Re-Certification.


*FEES are paid to Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine Inc. DO NOT pay on the CCTCA website.

*Registration is completed through the Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine website. Registration closes at 5:00pm on Thursday February 7, 2019.

The Adventure Medic® Bridge program consists of 2 classroom days and 1 field day. It is for individuals looking to “bridge” a 16 Hour Standard First Aid to an Adventure Medic® 40 Hour Wilderness First Aid certification. The program is appropriate for those who take on a leadership role in the outdoors. Focus is on the long-term implications for initial care, stabilization and evacuation of patients in remote wilderness locations. For those recertifying a current 40-hour qualification, proof of valid certification will be required.

Prerequisites:
Adventure Medic Bridge program: Current Standard First Aid Certification with level C CPR & AED training
Adventure Medic Recertification program: Current 40-hour certification
*Participants must email a copy of their current certification into the office by February 5, 2019.

Certification is valid for 3 years.

Course Fees - Convention Special:
Adventure Medic Bridge: $315 inc. GST (Regular fee $372.75 inc. GST)
Adventure Medic Re-Certification: $275 inc. GST (Regular fee $325.50 inc. GST)

Click here to view instructions on how to register for Back Country Safety Skills.


*FEES are paid to Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine Inc. DO NOT pay on the CCTCA website.

*Registration is completed through the Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine website. Registration closes at 5:00pm on Thursday February 7, 2019.

Learn how and why emergency situations develop and what to do about them! The session will provide participants with both the knowledge and skills to allow them to better prepare and manage incidents that may arise in the back country. The session will be hands on and focus on emergency shelter building, fire starting skills, signalling methods, navigation techniques, water purification, and food and clothing options. We will take a look at items you should carry with you into the back country “just in case”! All participants will receive a personal emergency kit as part of the session.

Course Fees - Convention Special:
Back Country Safety & Survival $90 inc. GST (Regular fee $130 inc. GST)
Includes Personal Emergency Kit in session fee

Participants must wear clothing suitable for the weather conditions on the day. They should wear good footwear, pack water, snacks and a lunch and bring a thermal cup (coffee will be provided).

Click here to view instructions on how to register for Standard First Aid.


Click here to view instructions on how to register for Standard First Aid Re-Certification.

*FEES are paid to Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine Inc. DO NOT pay on the CCTCA website.

*Registration is completed through the Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine website. Registration closes at 5:00pm on Thursday February 7, 2019.

Standard First Aid is a 2-day program. Course content is presented through a combination of theoretical and practical activities.

The Standard First Aid Re-Certification program is a 1-day (8 hour) program. The session will review the theoretical and practical skills required for re-certification of your current Standard First Aid certification. A pre-study package will be accessible upon registration. Re-certification participants are required to attend on Thursday, February 14, 2019.

All participants will complete Level C CPR and AED skills.
Certification is recognized by Alberta OH&S and is valid for 3 years.

Prerequisites:
Standard First Aid: No pre-requisite
Standard First Aid Re-Certification: Current Standard First Aid Certification with Level C CPR and AED
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Re-Certification participants must email a copy of their current certification into the office by February 5, 2019.

Course Fees - Convention Special:
Standard First Aid: $120 inc. GST (Regular fee $152.25 inc. GST)
Standard First Aid Re-Certification $85 inc. GST (Regular fee $99.75 inc. GST)