The Community Relief Medic (CRM) course prepares lay rescuers for dealing with disasters at home or abroad - the first 48 hours of care matter when regular emergency services are overwhelmed. 

After satisfactory completion of the Wilderness StarGuard® program, participants can take this additional three-day training to become an Instructor candidate of the program. Apprenticeships follow, before the Instructor candidates are able to offer these programs on their own under the auspices of the Starfish Aquatics Institute. Contact our office for more information and updated course … Read More

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The Wilderness StarGuard® is a cutting edge course designed to meet the needs of wilderness trip leaders with a focus on prevention. This remote application to aquatic rescue courses can be taken alone as a primary training, as an add-on module to the StarGuard® course, or as a module for current lifeguards. Site assessment, swimmer … Read More

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In 2003 Landmark Learning and CORE Expeditions created the Ecuadorian Amazon and Andes Relief Medic Program, initially named Mission Medic. We had traveled extensively whitewater kayaking, teaching wilderness medicine and river rescue skills to local guides. We wanted to do more for the indigenous communities of Ecuador, connecting our wilderness medicine students to medical brigades supported … Read More

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ASHI and Landmark offer more than just CPR. Here’s the next step in managing common illnesses and injuries while waiting for additional help to arrive. This course covers shock, controlling bleeding, managing spinal and athletic injuries, asthma, diabetes, seizures, and environmental emergencies associated with heat and cold, insect and animal bites, and allergies. ASHI Basic … Read More

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ASHI CPR and AED is a combined CPR and AED program designed specifically for laypeople. The program is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and is based upon the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science with Treatment Recommendations (CoSTR) and other evidence-based treatment recommendations. … Read More

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Our Training Center prerequisites for this course include current minimum certification as an EMT and current certification in a professional level CPR program. A skills test and written examination are given at the beginning of this course to verify eligibility.

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This CPR training is intended for healthcare workers, and for outfitters with professional level CPR permitting or insurance requirements. This course includes Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, along with Bag-Valve-Mask and Two-Person Rescuer Techniques. A skills check is also available for healthcare professionals renewing their CPR Pro certification through ASHI’s online refresher training. Students learn … Read More

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This course provides participants with a comprehensive overview of Leave No Trace skills and ethics through practical application in a field-based setting. It is run as a combination of a one-day classroom component, three-day/two-night field component, and one-day community outreach opportunity. Students will practice Leave No Trace teaching strategies by delivering a planned lesson. The … Read More

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This 4-hour workshop meets the standards for layperson training in recognizing and treating life-threatening allergic reactions. Students have the opportunity to practice epi administration with saline and needles. Course completion results in a four-year North Carolina state certificate.

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The Landmark Outdoor Educator Semester is a combined course experience taught May-June each year for rising professionals in the outdoor education and recreation fields. This combination of nationally recognized certification trainings offers students an opportunity to make themselves marketable in the outdoor community, building a resume founded in national standards.  Training does not substitute for … Read More

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