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Customer Service

Registration and all customer service for this course is handled by Regis University.

Course Details
  • Course: Wilderness First Responder Recertification
  • Sponsor: Regis University
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Dates: Thu, 22 May 2014 thru Sat, 24 May 2014
  • CPR Included: Yes
  • Minimum age: 16
  • Price: $250 - Tuition Only

About the WFRR

This scenario and skills based for course for Wilderness First Responder graduates focuses on decision-making and curriculum updates. More information

Prerequisites

You must possess a current (unexpired) WFR certification of at least 70 hours to recertify through a WFR Recertification course. It is your responsibility to make sure that your certification meets this standard. If you are unsure, please contact WMI before enrolling in a course. WMI certifications will be afforded a one-year period after expiration within which to recertify. This course will also recertify those who hold a valid WEMT (wilderness portion only) or WAFA certification.

We ask WMI certified students to bring their certification card to the course so that the instructor can verify the expiration date. Students certified by any other organization are required to submit a photocopy of their certification card on the first day of the course. Please note: We cannot issue you a new card until we have verified your previous training.

Continuing Education Units

WFRR - 18 hours of CEU's available for EMTs at no cost to our WMI students

FAWM credit not available

CMEs not available

Central Wyoming College credit not available

University of Utah credits not available

WFRR - 1 semester credits. For questions regarding the credits, please contact Western State College at 970-943-2885.

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