Wilderness First Responder

You’ll be in good hands learning from the experienced staff of the Wilderness Medical Training Center.  In this nine day course you’ll learn the ins and outs of backcountry diagnosis, care, and evacuation for most wilderness medical situations. Along with the interesting lecture component, a lot of your time will be spent performing the skills you learn in emergency scenarios throughout the Junction campus. While your days are full you may find the time to tube the llano river or head to town for dinner.
For more information, please email david.young@ttu.edu





Trip Registration Info

Trip Dates:
March 11 - 19, 2017

Registration Deadline:
March 1

Wilderness First Responder Only
Upgrade WFR to WEMT

Lodging $175
Lodging on-site with screened cabins, bunk beds, showers and continental breakfast provided every morning. This fee is required to stay on site.

Course Schedule
Coming Soon

Syllabus & Waiver:
Coming Soon

Trip Specifics

TTU Junction Campus

More information about the Junction Campus
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Wilderness Medicine Training

Learning Goals:
Care for a medical problems in the backcountry from blisters to dislocations to allergic reactions to femur fractures and beyond.

Prior Experience:
No experience required.

Physical/Mental Challenge:
Moderate to strenuous. Although the course is cognitively intensive, the educational design of the course plus the exceptional teaching ability of the instructor facilitates the learning experience. Course is hands on and skills are practiced through multiple realistic scenarios.

Included with Trip Registration

  • Textbook (New Edition)
  • Field Manual,
  • Training materials
  • Transportation (from and back to Lubbock)
  • Accommodations on the Junction Campus (even for non Tech attendees) for an extra free (See above)

What Will You Need?

  • All meals
  • All items required by WMTC for course participants