Register here for the Friday, May 6th, in-person skills training and assessment for Basic First Aid and CPR Training with a Wilderness Focus offered through Clackamas Community College and offered at the Fish Lake Facility in the Mckenzie River Ranger District.
This training has two required parts:
- An online, self-paced learning module (4-6 hours) to be completed in advance of the onsite skills assessment.
- An in-person skills verifcation (approx. 6 hours) beginning at 10 am, in the Mckenzie River District area.
By registering for this program, you will receive the following at least two weeks before the scheduled skills verification: a participation waiver, information on how to access the online training portal, and information about what to bring and what to expect at the in-person training. The online learning module must be completed in advance of the in-person skills verificaiton.
Skills verification will be offered outdoors in groups of up to 7 participants per instructor. Skills verification will require participants to interact with others in their small group as practice patients and aid providers with COVID precautions in place.
Successful completion of the program will result in a 1st Aid/CPR card valid for 2 years.
CCC uses the Health and Safety Institutes (HSI) Medic First Aid curriculum. The curriculum is tailored for those working in a backcountry setting.
Training costs for identified partner organization volunteers are being subsidized with funds from USFS-Region 6 and the Bureau of Land Management.
Please pay what you can to ensure we can train as many volunteers as possible with their support.
Questions: Contact Steph Noll, firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-290-4569.