Hybrid Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
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These downloads contain important information to help you prepare for your course. Use the course syllabus as a guideline for making your travel and study plans; note that topics and times may change subject to local weather conditions. Remember you must be present and engaged for the entire course or practical session to be eligible for certification. Be prepared. Thoroughly read the student handbook as it provides detailed information about expectations—yours and ours—what to bring, wear, and how to study. Please contact our office with any questions.
The practical session for this hybrid course is held at the University's Adventure Education Center, a 150-acre site located near Ann Arbor. The center's challenge course set amidst woods and streams adds a unique element to hands-on simulations, all within easy reach of the classroom in the facility's main building.
Nearest Airport: Detroit Metro (DTW) is roughly a 30 minute drive to the course site
Lodging: Lots of hotels & Air BnBs in Ann Arbor
Camping: $15/night onsite. Please contact Emily Wall for details.
Parking: Free onsite.
Meals: Bring lunch and snacks with you; there is not enough time to drive to town during the daily lunch break.