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February

REI Wilderness Safety Training with NOLS @ Cary, NC

February 29, 2020 Manage Risk on Wilderness Trips You’re ready to go deeper into the outdoors—but it takes more than luck to get home safely. 

Risks can’t be eliminated from the wilderness, but you can learn to manage them. In this 2-day classroom course, you’ll learn to plan your adventures with risk management in mi...
06
March

Wilderness First Responder & Wilderness EMT (Hybrid) @Salt Lake City, UT

March 06, 2020 WFR is for...
Outdoor professionals, those who take multi-day or longer personal trips, those who take part in high risk activities (rock climbing, whitewater paddling, mountaineering, multi-week expeditions of all kinds, etc.), or those who simply want to know more about wilderness medicine. Certification as a Wilderness First Respo...
06
March

Wilderness First Aid (Standard WFA) + A/C WCPR & AED @ Alamosa, CO

March 06, 2020 For
Our Wilderness First Aid course may be the best choice for weekend campers, people taking day hikes within cell phone coverage, and those who are just looking for basic instruction. If you like it and want more, you can always come back later and take a longer, more intensive course. Our WFA course meets the Boy Scouts of America and the...
06
March

AEE Heartland Regional Conference @ Makanda, IL

March 06, 2020 Experiential and project based learning is one of the most effective and engaging forms of education.  We know this because we are out there, we see the outcomes first hand; but how do we tell our story.  From adventure therapy to k-12 educators, we as experiential educators are producing innovative methods to reach our students and clien...
07
March

Wilderness First Responder Course @ Fairfax, VA

March 07, 2020 George Mason University will be hosting a WFR course in March during their sporing break recess. The week long course will end with your Wilderness Medical Association WFR certification. Below is a ink with any FAQ information. For more information please contact Michael Fisher. 
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March

Wilderness First Aid (NOLS) @ Madison, WI

March 07, 2020 We are offering a Wilderness First Aid course through NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI). This 16 hour Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course will help you prepare for the unexpected. This fast paced, hands-on training is designed to meet the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts and individuals working in remote locations. It wil...

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HELP NEEDED: PARTICIPATE IN THE CAMPUS OUTDOOR PROGRAM CENSUS!

February 27, 2020
AORE's Research and Publications Committee needs your input for a new survey that will shine light on member programs and more!

TAKE A PERSONAL TOUR OF AORE'S MEMBER PORTAL

February 25, 2020
In a new video tutorial, AORE Membership Manager, Jenny Hill, showcases resources and tools in the member portal.

BOARD CHAIR REPORT: DECADE-IN-REVIEW

January 09, 2020
Kellie Gerbers reflects on her past ten years of personal growth within the association and shares excitement for what AORE will accomplish in the next decade....

BOARD CHAIR UPDATE: REPORT ON AORE'S ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING (ABM)

December 19, 2019
Kellie Gerbers breaks down AORE's 2019 ABM and reflects on what is next for the association and its strategic framework and proposed mission statement.

THE POWER OF A GIFT: CHANCE MCCORMACK ON RECEIVING AN AORE SCHOLARSHIP

December 03, 2019
Chance McCormack discuses how an AORE scholarship led to a once-in-a-lifetime professional opportunity that has impacted where he still lives and works today!