This program is an 80-hour course running for five weeks, Monday and Wednesday from 0800-1600. This course prepares students to earn their Wilderness First Responder and Emergency Medical Responder Certificates. Successful completion of this course includes passing a final written exam for the WFR Certificate and passing the state-required psychomotor test at the EMR level. After successfully completing the course and psychomotor component, students must register for and pass a cognitive test run by the NREMT to earn their nationally recognized EMR Certificate. The Adventure Medics EMR Course is a state-approved course that meets the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards for the Emergency Medical Responder. The Wilderness Component of this course reflects the standards set by the Wilderness Medical Association and the National Outdoor Leadership School. Please find the class schedule attached.