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Camp Directors Training Academy (1/7 & 1/8) 1/7/19 OTHER North Conway Grand Hotel

72 Common Court
North Conway, New Hampshire 03860

Join Scott Arizala, Steve Maguire, and Jack Schott for an immersive series of sessions designed to connect like-minded camp professionals, provide real take-aways for your specific situations, and new ways to think about old problems. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect, grow, and find people with the answers to exactly what you are working on. We each run programs that are unique, but so much of what we do is reinventing the wheel when we don't need to. This is the best place on the planet to connect with folks doing the most similar job to and brainstorm together how each of us can get more done, make more impact, and do make things a little easier on ourselves. Monday (1PM-5PM): Welcome, Looking Back at 2018, Solving Problems for 2019 Tuesday (9AM-12PM): Staff, Structures, Training, Growth, and What To Do When It Goes Wrong Workshop is organized as a Pre-Conference workshop for the Northern New England Parks & Recreation Conference. Cost of the training is $300 and includes dinner on Monday night. After December 1st; price increases to $350. Lodging not included in the price of the training academy however a special hotel room rate is available on Monday night for $104 plus tax. Register for the Academy by going to: Register Now
Wilderness First Responder 4/14/19 NATURE OUTDOOR LIVING SKILLS|FIRST AID|OTHER Wasserman Park

116 Naticook Road
Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054

Wilderness First Responder Sunday, April 14th - Sunday, April 21, 2019 Join the staff of SOLO, nationally recognized leaders in the field of wilderness medicine and rescue, for a 80-hour (8 day) intensive wilderness emergency care course. SOLO’s Wilderness First Responder (WFR) course is the recognized industry standard for those who work as backcountry trip leaders, camp counselors, mountain guides, river guides, and ski patrollers. Learn skills needed to deal with emergencies in remote settings, with a focus on the extended care often required in wilderness medical emergencies. Practical simulations and lectures. Wilderness First Responder Topics Wilderness vs. Urban First Responder Blood-Borne Pathogens and Infectious Disease Patient Assessment System SOAP Note/Organizing the Rescue Medicolegal Issues Ten Essential/Bivouac Skills Anatomy & Physiology CPR AED Mechanical Aids to Breathing Bleeding and Shock Soft Tissue Injuries/Lt Wound Care Musculoskeletal Injuries – Sprains & Strains Musculoskeletal Injuries – Fractures & Dislocations Head Injuries Spinal Cord Injury Management Chest Injuries Environmental Emergencies Heat Injuries Cold Injuries Lightning Drowning & Near-Drowning North American Bites and Stings Allergic Reactions & Anaphylaxis Altitude Injuries Neurological Emergencies Diabetes Cardiac Emergencies Respiratory Emergencies Poisoning Abdominal Emergencies Emergency Childbirth Group Preventative Medicine Long-Term Patient Care Improvising Litters Leadership Skills in the Backcountry Mock Rescue Common Wilderness Medical Problems First Aid Kits Register Now