This course is designed for wilderness professionals- guides and leaders, those who are going on extended and remote expeditions, or those wishing to work as professional ski patrollers in Alberta. This intense 10 day program involves a high level of commitment from the learner. With its advanced standing by Alberta WH&S graduates can work as[...]
Learn why emergency situations develop, how to assess priorities, how to work through the emergency scenario and how to pro-actively avoid these situations in the first place. The format is one evening class and a weekend overnight field trip. Wednesday 18:00 – 22:00 Saturday 13:00 – Sunday 09:00
If you don’t have much time and you don’t need a certificate, this is a great course for you! This practical 12 hour course looks at potential injuries and emergencies that may arise during your backcountry adventure and focuses on how to manage them effectively. Note: This is a practical, non certified course Friday 18:00-22:00 Saturday[...]
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We provide a safe, consistent learning environment that values the expertise of students as well as instructors.
We have the track record and experience of 20 years in the business
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What Some Our Our Valued Clients Have To Say?
At Camp Chief Hector YMCA, the health and safety of campers and staff members is our top priority. We need to be at the front edge of health and safety regarding prevention and emergency response. Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine has always supplied the thorough, engaging and professional training that helps us do our best. Their administrative staff and their field staff are always helpful. Their courses are focused and informed. Their instructors are professional, respectful and caring. The staff and campers from Camp Chief Hector YMCA enjoy their courses!
Doug Summer Camp Director, Camp Chief Hector YMCA
As the teaching vendor for our own Wilderness First Aid Program, Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine has consistently provided our students with the highest levels of quality instruction and professionalism.
Robin Executive Director, Calgary Area Outdoor Council
“Thank you” just isn’t enough! We appreciated very much your tremendous support of SARSCENE this year, including RMAM’s sponsorship of the medical event at the Games and providing the first ever award for best performance in the event. Guy Kerr and the rest of the crew did a first rate job. Many thanks for your generosity of time, expertise and resources.
I never got the chance to thank you personally at the end of the Wilderness First Aid Course that I took last week but I would like to thank you now. I enjoyed the course and liked your “laid back” approach to teaching the course, your stories about helping people in emergency situations will forever be imprinted on my brain.
Cheryl Calgary, AB
We have worked with RMAM for 10 years and then have ran our Wilderness First Aid, Swift Water Rescue and Outdoor Survival Courses. They are very passionate about what they do and we have full confide in their teaching, skills and experience. We trust them to teach our clients how to be safe in the outdoors. We have come to rely on them as experts in the field and have can always depend on them to deliver.
Angela Program Coordinator, University of Calgary Outdoor Centre
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