Art by Tanya Ericson

Welcome to Wilderness First Aid Course, Inc.

During hands-on rescue of an accident 'victim'
WFAC students control bleeding and immobilize the head and neck.


The WFAC is a 3-day, 26-hour course that trains students
in first aid and medical emergency management when regular response services are unavailable.

Students include:
Wilderness outings leaders
Adult scout leaders
Civil emergency response teams

Click the arrow to see what students say about the WFAC.

Click the arrow to see what you can learn in a WFAC accident simulation.


Open to the public (see schedule of upcoming courses: Spring 2018Fall 2018
Enrollment is first come, first served.


Wilderness First Aid Course celebrates 35 years!
WFAC is a community service, nonprofit, educational organization. It has offered quality, affordable wilderness first aid training in the greater Los Angeles area for 35 years.


The 4 staff instructors have a combined 100 years of experience
teaching wilderness first aid and of
hands-on patient care experience!