Wilderness EMT is a 40-hour program of instruction tailored for certified/licensed emergency medical technicians (or higher) desiring to enhance their skill-sets of delivering casualty care in rural, wilderness, and technical rescue environments.
Conducted 100% in the field, the Wilderness EMT curriculum builds on casualty care training and expertise to meet the special challenges of Prolonged Field Care (PFC) in the austere and remote environment. It is designed for medical providers operating in rural EMS, search and rescue, tactical law enforcement, disaster response, and wilderness expeditions.
Current Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification/license (or higher).
Limited to 24 Participants
40 hours (includes day and night instruction, and simulation training exercises (STX))
Tactical Element is a Board Approved Educational Provider (50-17997) for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedic (PMD) training by the State of Florida Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (includes 2-Hours of Pediatric Emergencies).
Wilderness EMT awards 40 Continuing Education (CE) Hours applicable to the EMT, Advanced EMT and Paramedic Refresher Requirements in accordance with Recertification Requirements as prescribed by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).
40 CE Hours
National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR) Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT)
Go to www.tacticalelement.com/crf/wemt/
1. Operational Load-Out List provided upon registration.
2. This is a 100% field conducted program-of-instruction. Tent, sleeping bag, and meals required.
3. How you train is how you perform! Wilderness EMT continues forward regardless the weather (w/ exception of lightning). Be prepared to conduct training in wet, muddy, cold or hot environments.