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Name: Wilderness First Aid PRACTICE
Starts: Sat Dec 12, 2020
Meetup: Granville Island 3:00PM Saturday, December 12
Return: Sat Dec 12, 2020

Registration opens: Wed Nov 25, 2020
Event category: Instructional Program
Difficulty grade: A1  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 10

Organizer: Geoffrey Swannell
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

When did you last complete a First Aid course?

Do you have a First Aid kit? Is it complete?

Do you know anyone who's taken a First Aid course recently? Would you be willing to invite them?

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Participant Information

***COVID19 Guidelines Compliance:  Participants MUST read and comply with BCMC Guidelines attached in the Trip Planning Forum, confirm both at time of sign up, and day of event  - they have completed the  BC Covid-19 Symptom Self Assessment Tool questionnaire at time of registration. ***

 Mandatory COVID 19 Symptom Self Assessment Tool : https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en

Once complete, email screen shot to organizer. 

 

This is a practice session for members and NON-MEMBERS who have completed a First Aid course within the last 2 years. This is NOT a course, but an opportunity to refresh your knowledge and strengthen your skills.

We will practice the basics: assessment, life saving, stabilizing and sheltering patients, and transporting to safety. We'll also review the contents of your First Aid kit!

Please bring your First Aid kit, and supplies and equipment to support our practice (eg. tarp, cord, blanket, webbing, inflatable foamy, shelter, duct tape, tent pegs, knife, etc.).

We'll practice OUTDOORS under the large open-air shelter on Granville Island, just west of the water park. The water park is west of the False Creek Community Centre. There is free 2 hour parking and also pay parking nearby. The shelter has picnic tables with a large open area, and is protected from the rain.

Start time is 3:00PM. Allow 2 hours for practice in the remaining daylight.

Dress warmly, bring your Covid mask, HEADLAMP, snacks, lunch, a hot drink, and your cheery self! :)

For those who'd enjoy getting together AFTER we practice, there are lots of places nearby to warm up, debrief, and socialize.

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Geoffrey Swannell Grade: A1 Start: Thu 1 Oct '15
M:10, C:4, W:0
Rescheduled: A practice session for those members who completed a certified First Aid course within the last 2 years.
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