This course is intended for outdoor enthusiasts or professional guides interested in longer excursions and for individuals who live in isolated areas and want advanced training. This course covers the topics covered in the Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR plus advanced procedures in order to provide long-term care for more than 24 hours in the outdoors. About half of the training takes place outside where scenarios will be tailored to the needs of each group.

Overview of the material covered in this training

  • ›      Preparation and planning
  • ›      Your health
  • ›      What is the P.L.A.N.?
  • ›      Airway emergencies
  • ›      Breathing and circulation emergencies
  • ›      First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • ›      Head and spine injuries
  • ›      Bone, muscle and joint injuries
  • ›      Wound care
  • ›      Cold- and heat-related emergencies
  • ›      Environmental situations
  • ›      Poisons
  • ›      Medical emergencies
  • ›      Evacuation and transportation
  • ›      Extended care


  • Cost:   499,00$ + tx / pers.
  • Duration:   40 hours
  • Schedule: On demand
  • Certification:   A 3-year certification in Wilderness & Remote First Aid, CPR Level C, and AED upon successful completion of this course. For more details on this course, see the information sheet of the Red Cross.