We are excited to announce that South Park Adventure Guides is a certified American Safety and Health Institute training center that offers the following array of courses:
WEC Family of Courses
Basic Wilderness First Aid: An intensive 8- to 10-hour course for those who are involved in wilderness recreation. This course may also meet the needs of volunteers and professionals who lead groups on short trips in relatively low-risk situations. $125 – Group rates available.
Wilderness First Aid: A 16- to 20-hour course for those who are involved in serious wilderness activities. This course is the choice of many wilderness trip leaders and guides. $250 – Group rates available.
Wilderness First Responder: A 60- to 80-hour course for wilderness professionals and others who want a higher level of training or require WFR certification. $675 – Group rates available.
Wilderness EMT Upgrade: A 40-hour course for those who are already certified as EMTs. The course builds on EMT training and adds wilderness concepts and skills with many role-playing scenarios. $425 – Group rates available.
CPR and AED for the Community and Workplace: A great course for those who are occupationally required or just desire to have CPR and AED knowledge and skills, such as emergency response teams in business and industry, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, child care workers, teachers, parents, and babysitters. $95 – Group rates available.
In addition to the array of courses that we offer there are many benefits of training with an American Safety and Health Institute certified training center such as South Park Adventure Guides:
- Eliminate additional administrative costs by keeping student rosters on file at your Training Center.
- No annual training center fees or dues.
- No geographic boundaries or chapters.
- Receive student completion cards in advance of class.
- Library your student books.
- Instructors only required to teach one class per year.
- Two-year CPR certification.
- 10:1 Instructor-to-student ratio for CPR and ACLS programs.
ASHI works on a regular basis with federal and state authorities to ensure regulatory compliance. ASHI programs have been reviewed, accepted, approved or have satisfied the requirements of numerous state and federal agencies, which include:
- National Registry of EMTs
- Department of Labor/Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- Department of Homeland Security/United States Coast Guard
- Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
- CECBEMS (Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services)
ASHI is proud to offer outstanding quality assurance through our Instructor-based Training Center Administration Manual (TCAM). This is a solid program consisting of four components—approval, authorization, certification and discipline.
- Each Training Center receives our quarterly Training Links newsletter. It provides articles and tips to help you increase public awareness and successfully market your business.
- Free on-line marketing materials are available, including press releases, business card templates and more.
- ASHI’s Affinity programs provide three levels of benefits to support the growth initiatives of our Training Centers. Discounted pricing, along with business support services and other benefits, add more profitability and value to our Training Centers.
- Outstanding membership support through our customer service team and ASHI’s Instructor network.
- Training materials designed to be Instructor-based as opposed to video-based, allowing
- Instructors increased flexibility and creativity in the classroom.
ASHI Program Recognition and Accreditation Regulatory Environment
ASHI works on a regular and ongoing basis with federal, state, and local authorities to ensure regulatory compliance.
ASHI programs have been reviewed by and/or satisfy the requirements of the Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (DOL/OSHA) and Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (DHS/USCG). ASHI programs are also recognized, endorsed, accepted or approved by state regulatory agencies, includes those liscensing Emergency Medical Services, child care, education, public health, labor and others.
Additionally, ASHI programs have been found acceptable for meeting requirements established by a wide variety of professional associations, councils, academies and boards.
The Wilderness Emergency Care (WEC) program supports a family of courses to meet the needs of everyone with outdoor interests, from easy day trips to challenging and technical activities, including wilderness rescue. The WEC textbook not only explains the concepts in clear language, it also shows you how to do all the skills, step by step, with many photos and drawings.
The WEC Instructor Guide provides course outlines and lesson plans for all the wilderness courses and explains how to plan, prepare for, teach and evaluate a course. It also has a great collection of resources – including quizzes, scenarios for practical exams and evaluation forms.