Saturday, December 30, 2017

2018 is upon us!

We cannot wait to serve you in 2018!


Visit us at www, to see our 2018 Public Offerings Schedule.  We have NEW VENUES throughout Hampton Roads and are planning some in RICHMOND AREA very soon!

Our new website is easier to navigate and simpler to use.  AND it's MOBILE FRIENDLY! Stop by and check it out!

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Thursday, August 4, 2016

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The Pee Chart


Many of our students have asked me about the infamous PEE CHART (Chart that you compare with your urine color to show hydration level)....

Well, Here they are!

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Sunday, April 17, 2016


For our Wilderness First Aiders:

We discussed Bites from Spiders and Ticks...  Attached are some quick reference charts to help identify these creatures....

For more Info on Wilderness First Aid Courses, visit us at   

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

What should our First Aid Kit contain?

A Common Question that I get in classes is:
"What do you recommend to be in a First Aid Kit?"

While there are MANY Schools of thought regarding this, my rule is always, "KEEP IT SIMPLE."

Most people either have so much CRAP in their kits that they don't want to carry them (So Bulky) or they have a box of Band-Aids (Woefully inadequate for a camp out)

Items that ALL Kits should have:

  • Band-Aids (Assorted Sizes)
  • Small and Large Sized Gauze Pads (4x4s, 5x9s)
  • 2 or more TRIANGULAR BANDAGES (See below)
  • 1 or 2 Roller Gauze (1 inch is good)
  • SCISSORS (Real ones, not tiny ones)
  • Medical Tape (DUCT TAPE if Wilderness Kit)
  • Thermometer(s) (Digital or Disposable)
  • 1 tube WHITE Cake Frosting (For Blood Sugar Issues)
  • Antiseptic wipes (as allowed. Get parent's Permission first)
  • MORE THAN 1 PAIR of GLOVES (Non-Latex, Assorted Sizes)
  • 1 CPR MASK (That fits Adult, Child and Infant)

For OUTDOOR or CAMPING TRIPS, I would add:
  • A BAR OF SOAP (in a Ziploc Bag)
  • Wet Washcloth (in a Ziploc Bag)
  • COLD Packs (or ZipLoc Bag to make one with some ice)
  • At LEAST 2 LARGE ZIPLOC BAGS (Multiple Uses)
  • Flashlight (for those Night Time Emergencies)
You can always add other stuff as needed, but don't make it TOO complicated, or else the kit won't get carried everywhere it needs to be.

If you want to purchase kits PRE-MADE, here is a good place to look (Our ONLINE STORE)

If you want to build your own, a soft-sided lunch box style cooler is a great case. Or you can put it ALL in a BIG ZIPLOC BAG!


Thursday, February 25, 2016

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