Thank you very much for registering to take a course with us. We look forward to sharing a Wilderness Medicine learning experience with you!
The classes will run from 8am to 5pm every day. We will take a lunch break, usually from Noon to 1pm.
We have not finalized the exact location at this time. Once we have the details we will post the location here with directions. In past years we have been at Quail Ridge, but due to space requirements because of COVID we are looking for a larger venue that will allow more space to spread out.
Taos Tennis at Quail Ridge Taos
Taos Tennis at Quail Ridge Taos is a little under a mile North on 150 (the road up to the ski valley) from the 64 and 150 junctions Quite obvious on the left side of the road. The classroom entrance is at the back of the building. From the parking lot, go down the sidewalk between the building & the tennis courts. At the end of the building turn right & walk between the swimming pool & the building. Stay left along the swimming pool fence. Our classroom entrance is the FAR LEFT DOOR facing south, set back from the rest of the building.
The GPS Coordinates are: 36.4702625, -105.5945708
Things To Bring
If you have a balance due (you opted to pay “Cash”, “Check at Course”, “Deposit”, or “Custom”), please bring final payment as Cash or Check (we will be unable to process credit cards at the site).
Please bring masks to cover you for the time in class. If you use disposable, please bring enough for each day (or as frequently as you wish to change them). If you bring cloth, please plan on practicing good hygiene. It may also help to bring a small personal hand sanitizer dispenser.
In addition to the completed Course Study Guide you were sent, Please bring your current certification cards, etc. with you. We have to confirm your certification dates, program, etc. in our documentation paperwork. Please also bring any course materials you may have (WARM or other textbooks, Lecture Notes, Scenario Book, Field Guide). Don’t worry, you’ll get a new WMA field guide with this course.
- Clothing appropriate to the weather. We will be outdoors as much as possible within the curriculum and will train snow or sunshine. We recommend a wind/waterproof jacket of some kind. The classroom can be a little chilly in the morning so you may want to bring fleece/wool/warmies/etc.
- Sturdy walking shoes/boots. There will likely still be snow, and the scenarios and simulations may be outside. You may be required to transport patients through a variety of terrain.
- Clothing that can get dirty. You will be outside and we conduct hi-fidelity simulations complete with blood (and other unsavories). Expect to get a little dirty… 🙂
We are close to town, and there are some close food options (including a supermarket). We will have hot water, coffee, and teas available.
Optional (but useful)
- Extra socks
Bathrooms will be available on-site… 🙂