Courses for Outdoor Adventures

One of America's favorite past time is being outside, exploring, playing sports, hunting, hiking, camping. off roading, mountain biking, scouting, tubing, white water rafting, or just a day fishing or relaxing in the great outdoors. However, you never know when danger can strike or a medical emergency can happen. Having some of these classes can help take care of minor situations or stabilize someone until help arrives or you can get to advanced help.

Review some of the courses we recommend

We have compiled some of the training programs that would best suit those who enjoy the outdoors and want to be prepared.

ASHI Course Guidelines

All of the courses taught by MSTI and it’s instructors conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.

General Training Information

  • All of the MSTI training courses are instructor-led and utilize videos, powerpoints, demonstration, skill performance, and ongoing feedback. Physical performance of using the equipment and working on the patients is the best method to ensure you are prepared to help others when life-threatening situations occur.
  • Anyone who spends time outdoors and away from the city
  • Endurance sports competitors, especially those on off-road courses where help may take a while to contact or arrive
  • Those who go off-road. If you are an ATV/UTV rider, mountain biker, runner, hiker, hunters, or camper this course can save your life or those in your group.
  • Wilderness or camp counselors, staff, instructors, and other high adventure events, including tubing and white water or river rafting
  • Scouting USA, boy scouts, girl scouts, scouting leadership for younger groups. This comprehensive 16-hour wilderness first aid course meets or exceeds the Boy Scouts of America¬†Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines, 2017 Edition.
  • On-hands practice will be required during this course and as part of the skills assessments
  • All students must perform required skills competently without assistance to receive a certification card
  • A written test will be administered for the completion of this course with a passing score of 75%
  • This course will be conducted indoors however it will require bending and kneeling on a floor. Be physically able to perform in these conditions and dressed accordingly
  • The certification card is included in course good for 2-years

All students are eligible to attend and considered for certification without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age (unless specific minimum age requirements are set by the certifying authority), marital status, sexual orientation, medical condition, or disability.

  • These courses are developed to provide the necessary training and skills to take the American Health and Safety Institution (ASHI) Exam
  • The Wilderness First Aid course is designed to give the knowledge and creative concepts to perform the job under unusual situations and when help is hours or days away.
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