Contract Wilderness Medicine and CPR Instructor

4Points needs additional Contract Wilderness Medicine and CPR Instructors.

  1. If you have completed a SOLO, NOLS or WMA wilderness medicine course
  2. If you have professional trip leading experience or extensive personal outdoor experience
  3. If you have advanced skills in at least one discipline (Backpacking; Kayaking; Rock Climbing)
  4. If you have classroom or experiential teaching experience

You may be who we’re looking for.

Contractors who are interested in providing services as CPR and WFA Instructors must posses a current Wilderness First Responder certification or higher.

To be considered for CPR, WFA and WFR Instructor, contractors must have a current EMT-B certification in their state of residence (or NREMT); candidates must be Wilderness EMT certified OR a licensed nurse or physician with emergency room experience.

 Each year 4Points looks for contract instructors to join our pool of traveling educators. We welcome proposals from people who are passionate about wilderness medicine and providing the highest quality medical education and who meet the requirements below.

Contractors interested in Instructing CPR and WFA Courses MUST have:

  • Current Wilderness First Responder or higher level of certification
  • Current professional level CPR certification
  • At least two years of teaching experience (classroom or experiential)
  • Direct experience managing medical issues (Ski Patrol; Backcountry Guide; Ambulance or ER)
  • Experience leading multi-day trips in a wilderness setting

Contractors interested in Instructing CPR, WFA and WFR Courses MUST have:

  • Current Wilderness EMT (or other advanced medical certificate with a current WFR certification)
  • Current professional level CPR certification
  • At least two years of teaching experience
  • Direct experience managing medical issues (Ambulance or ER preferred)
  • Experience leading multi-day trips in a wilderness setting

APPLY FOR: CONTRACT WFA INSTRUCTOR/GUIDE

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