Skyloo Training - Wildnerness First Aid
Hello Troop Leaders,
As we take our units on outings, we often find ourselves more than 30 minutes from emergency services. That means that it will take emergency services more than 30 minutes to reach you from the time you call. This is the threshold beyond which BSA recommends that you have at least one adult leader trained in Wilderness First Aid.
Wilderness First Aid training saves lives. It includes far more in-depth, hands-on training than the basic First Aid that you are already familiar with. The hands-on makes a big difference, too, as responding to practice scenarios is far different than reading about it.
Luckily, the leaders of Crew 308 will be teaching Wilderness First Aid on March 34-24. Cost is $150/person, and the class will be held in Oregon City on both days. Please see the attached registration for more details. Deadline for registration is March 16.
If you are interested, please contact Mark Hillyard @ email@example.com
Yours in Scouting,
|BSA Safety - WFA.pdf||Download|
|District Award of Merit nomination form||Form to nominate a Scouter for the District Award of Merit.||Download|
|Eagle Project Workbook 512-927||This is a fillible .PDF file version of the Project Workbook 512-927||Download|
|Eagle Scout Rank Application 512-728||This is a fillible .PDF file version of the Eagle Scout Rank Application 512-728||Download|
|WFA Resgistration 3-19.pdf||Download|
|What is wilderness first aid.pdf||Download|
|Camping Chair, Skyloo||Joe Davis|
|Council Climbing Committee Chair||Mark Hillyard|