A: OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP & WILDLIFE SURVIVAL SKILLS. Level One. Don’t Die in the Bush – South African.
Photographic safaris: Photography & Equipment, Game driving skills, Comfortable Driving of Clients, Game viewing speed, Spotting animals, Seat rotation, etc.
Walking safaris: Wilderness survival & Mountain climbing skills, Safety Awareness, Safe & Vehicle care, Route planning, Leadership & Morale; Equipment, Kits & Clothing; Accidents, Hazards, Injuries, Illnesses & Attacks, Evacuations.
Equipment: Radio, Tents & Camping gears, Care, Transportation & Repair.
Environmental Studies: Mini Impact & Leave no Trace Approach; Outdoor Living Skills, Time Controlled Plans, etc.
Wilderness Survival Skills: Route planning, Leadership & Morale; Equipment, Kits & Clothing; Accidents, Hazards, Injuries, Illnesses & Attacks, Evacuations, etc.
B: OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP & WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SKILLS. Level Two. The Wilderness First Responder - American.Wilderness Emergency Medical Care, Legal Issues in Wilderness Medicine, Patient Assessment, Airway & Breathing, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Bleeding, Shock, Injuries - (Spine, Head, Chest, Abdominal, Athletic, Soft tissue), Fractures, Dislocations, Cold-induced & Heat-induced Emergencies, Altitude Illnesses, Immersion & Submersion Incidents, Lighting Injuries, Bites & Stings, Emergencies- (Diving Cardiac, Respiratory, Neurologic, Diabetic, Poisoning, Allergic Reactions & Anaphylaxis, Abdominal), Communicable diseases, Common Simple Wilderness Medical Problems
WILDERNESS FIRST RESPONDER COURSE in Arusha.
The world famous Wilderness First Responder Course in First Aid winded up at the African Environment compound, in Arusha. Victor Izoba, our trainer in Outdoor Leadership & Wilderness Survival Skills, has graduated and got a Certificate.
Photo: Victor in a Rock Climbing Course in Denver, Colorado, USA.
This is Victor's third International Graduation as he attended the Outdoor Leadership Course by The National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS, from Wyoming, USA) and the Rock Climbing course in Colorado, USA.
We are sure this gualification will be of great benefit both to PROTS, Students and the general tour guiding and tourism as a whole.
His certificates will be published soon!
Below are some of the important topics in the WFR course.
- Wilderness Emergency Medical care.
- Legal Issues in Wilderness Medicine.
- Patient Assessment.
- Airway and Breathing.
- Cardiopulmonary Resustation.
- Spine Injuries.
- Head Injuries.
- Chest Injuries.
- Abdominal Pains.
- Athletic Injuries.
- Wilderness Wound Management.
- Cold-Induced Emergencies.
- Heat-Induced Emergencies.
- Altitude Illness.
- Immersion and Submersion Incidents.
- Lighning Injuries.
- Bites and Stings.
- Diving Emergencies.
- Cardiac Emergencies.
- Respiratory Emergencies.
- Neurological Emergencies.
- Diabetic Emergencies.
- Poisoning Emergencies.
- Allergic Reactions and Anaphylaxis.
- Abdominal Illness.
- Communicable Diseases and Camp Hygiene.
- Common Simple Medical Problems - (Headache, Eye, Ear, Nose, Skin, Gastrointestinal, Flu-like, Solar radiation, Motion, Dental, Mouth problems). etc.